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7.5" Height California King Metal Bed Base in Black


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7.5" Height California King Metal Bed Base in Black


$ 109.00
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Size: 72" L x 72" W x 7.5" H. 

Our California King metal bed base provides long-lasting support your mattress and box spring while keeping things from getting under the bed. Each base is made from steel and includes high-carbon angle iron cross supports that can hold up even the thickest mattress. No tools are needed for assembly, so setup is quick and easy. A matte black finish blends with any decor.

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