Our photos show the 6 inch lazy susan in use, with MDF cut-out circles, the instructions apply to the 4 inch bearing and the 12 inch bearing as well.
1. Centre the bearing on the base, use the smaller hole side.
2. Mark all 4 holes ready for drilling, make sure you keep the bearing in the centre.
3. Move the bearing away when drilling the 4 holes - keeping the dust away from the bearing... the holes must suit your SCREWS OR BOLTS.
4. Now sit the bearing back on and mark the place where you will drill a larger hole to mount the top, big enough to get the screw head through.
5. Drill the larger hole (about 12mm dia) right through so that you can get access to screw the top onto the bearing.
6. Now clear all the dust away, and screw the bearing onto the base.
7. Sit the top onto the bearing.
8. Get ready to turn the whole thing onto its back.
9. Turn it over
11. Place something heavy on top so it won't move when you
12. Mark 4 holes as you rotate the big hole around.
13. Mark the next hole.
14. Now lift off the base and drill all four holes, to suit your screws. NOTE: DON'T DRILL ALL THE WAY THROUGH!
15. Clear all the dust away, and place the base onto the top.
17. Take your screws and screw the bearing to the top. Make sure your screws are not too long, you don't want them going out the top...
18. It's finished now, you can decorate it, or unscrew it, decorate it and then put it back together, you choose.