The table had been in a huge basement flood, so we resorted to drilling holes into the legs and bolting them.
It worked great but now I need the leveling foot for just one of the legs. Really appreciate your help.
~ by Claudine
The first place to try is always, of course, IKEA.
However, the GALANT is discontinued (replaced by the BEKANT system), so they may no longer stock parts for it. But then, you’ll never know. Check with Customer Service. They may still have a spare leveling feet somewhere in the vast cavern of a warehouse.
If they are out of it, then …
Buy a new leg
I checked on ebay and Amazon. You can still get a GALANT leg or two. Since yours is already broken at the top, it may be better to replace the entire leg rather than try to fix the foot.
Or buy new leveling feet
Other brands of leveling feet may work. Take a look at the ones sold on Amazon or your local hardware store. You do need to carefully shop for the right ones to fit. Remove the old one from the GALANT leg and take it with you to the store for a suitable replacement.
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