Originally Posted by LiquidFlame
If your using casters, what are you using?
I used three different types of castors. I put four castors on one end, so that I can tip the stand over on one end to achieve a smaller footprint for storing my stand. For this, I used four swivel castors, three inch wheels, that have a half-inch bolt post. I ran the bolt-post through the slots in the unistrut, and then added some washers and half inch nuts.
For the bottom of the stand (in the brewing position) I used two swivel castors with four inch wheels. These also have a half-inch threaded post that I ran through the unistrut slot, and attached with washers and half-inch nuts. On the other end, I used to fixed castors that bolt on to a solid surface. I bolted these to some steel, which I then bolted to the unistrut. I wanted these castors to not swivel so that it would make it easier to move the stand from a vertical position (storage position) to a horizontal position (brewing position) and vice versa.
Others have used castors with a half-inch threaded post that they fastened to the short leg of an L connector. They then fastened the L connector to the unistrut using the special nuts, etc. Look at Post # 73
in this thread.
I hope that you find this helpful.