Strom Plumbing Lion Paw Tub Legs
Claw Foot Tub Feet
My 100 year old tub is a 'claw foot' style, however, instead of the feet (which it has mounting areas for) came with a pedastal it sits on instead. As I was installing a really expensive stone, I wanted to remove the pedastal to allow more of the floor to show. I was warned trying to find 'the' feet that fit, is like a needle in a haystack, that each tub is very personalized. Therefore, I sprang for the substantial cost of getting these particular tub feet, which actually are connected via hidden straps to create a 'saddle' the tub sits in and is both supported by the straps and the feet too, with the straps holding the feet in place. I have showered and bathed numerous times in the tub and it has held in place and seems fine, and looks gorgeous. I did not install them myself, but hired it done. My contractor did not have much of a problem putting it together though.
September 21, 2010
i broke the mounting brackets on my 54 in clawfoot tub when transporting it to my new home. bought the kit, and put it together in 10 minutes....slid the old tub on it, and wow...stable and solid...i weigh 210 lbs, and can jump in the tub. solid would recommend to anyone who needs to replace the clawfoot legs...top line quality.
March 3, 2007
rare 4' tub was in dire need of legs. We tried legs that we found from
antique dealers but none were adequate - inconsistencies in size and
issues with how to attach them posed problems. Strom's Lion's Paw tub
legs are perfect. I like that they are unusual - not the same claw feet
that you usually see. The strapping system provides a great way to
attach the legs safely and securely while retaining an authentic
October 5, 2006