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Leg 2" Stackable Legs for Rize Adjustable Beds, Pack of 4

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These steel post legs were made specially to allow Rize customers to adjust the height of their Rize adjustable bed base. Each leg is 2 inches tall. Can be used with most Rize adjustable bases made after 2015 (will not work with Tranquility or Aviada models). Includes 4 legs. These durable legs can be used to:

  • Stack with any other Rize leg to set the base to the perfect height (up to 19.5 inches).
  • Lower the deck of a Rize bed to 5.25 inches (any height below 12.75 inches will prevent the lounge position available in some models from working).
  • Replace a damaged 2 inch leg.

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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