Has anyone ever tried to put a snooker table permanently on casters?

Half the problem is that you will need a suitable flat and clean floor, that has absolutely no shift or grade, then you need to mitigate the foundation settling.

This is one of those things that sounds cool in thought, but in practice seems extremely impracticable. You have no way to shim each leg based on varying heights, the table its self is extremely heavy, so you will need really durable casters, and a floor surface that can handle that amount of changing force. I could see this working for a week, then afterwards something will shift, then you will never get it level again and you will have some sort of run out, if not multiple direction run out.

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