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You have a few options to keep you chairs form scrappingyour floor. Although not necessarily astaticallypleasing, you could put an area rug under your table and chairs. The most popular remedy is little plasticdiscs that use self-adhesive to attach to the legs of the chair. You can also get "fabric backed coaster cups"which are little bits of fabric that are attached to the legs. The other option is clear plastic mats thatthe chairs sit on top of (like for swivel chairs in offices.)
If it is not practical to glue the base back together with metal-filled epoxy (e. g., J-B Weld), then consider whether you can adapt the hardware to a custom wood base. If you are not comfortable with your woodworking skills, any cabinet shop could probably make a base for you. Be sure to include space for the base weight in the bottom of the wood plate, and specify that it must be capable of supporting the set. (The entire weight of the set including the original stand is 50.7 pounds; subtract the weight of the stand to find the minimum support capacity.) If the vertical arm broke, it may be better to replace it with steel or aluminum channel or tubing.
If the original stand mount scheme is not amenable to a hardwood base, you can build a stand to use the wall mount holes in the back. Be sure to offset the base weight forward enough so the weight of the mounting bracket doesn't tend to tip the set backwards.
You need to unbolt the seat from the floor, then put a large piece of sheet metal or really large flat washers (at least 3" diameter) under the legs to distribute the weight more evenly. How you repair the one that broke is largely dependent on if the leg broke or if it went through the floor. you can replace the seat with one from a scrapyard or if you know someone who can weld it without setting it on fire, (don't attempt to weld with the seat in the car) do that. if the leg went through the floor, then just use a large plate underneath to reinforce it and replace the bolt if necessary. Usually the bolts are case hardened steel so if one broke it may be easier to cut them all off and re-drill new holes just in front or behind the old ones. I'd only do that if the old one cannot be drilled and re-tapped though. Always use grade eight bolts to replace hardware. They will prevent the seat from tearing from the floor in an accident.
yes the cast can be welded(brazed). if you are able to weld this yourself, just remember before you can weld it, you have to heat it till it is cherry red then you can weld the piece. if your not qualified to weld it you can usually find a portable welding company to do this for you. hope this helps you please rate the solution...thanks
MIG stands for Metal Inert Gas welding, many times called Wire-feed.. Also referred as GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding). The "Metal" refers to the wire which is what is used to start the arc. It is shielded by inert gas and the feeding wire also acts as the filler rod. A semi-automatic process, it is fairly easy to learn and use.