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Posted by Randy Weisgerber on 30th Apr 2017
Just installed 2 sets of these brackets and can't think of anything that would work better for me anyway! I do hobby craft and not a lot of wood stock on hand but a lot of different kinds and sizes so perfect for me. Also it was mentioned about the stopper screws installation. You have got to use a drill driver and no problems. Using hand screwdriver just strips the heads. Now patiently waiting for the next 2 sets of brackets to arrive so I can finish my storage wall project!
Posted by Slo Can on 20th Nov 2016
Bought four of these units to create a shelving system for our cold storage room.
They are customizable. You can set the bracket where you want and then drill a hole for the screw that holds the bracket from slipping down. They come with pre-drilled holes on one side of the stations so you can rotate the stations 180 degrees and you're free to locate the shelves wherever is most convenient for your use.
Purchased on sale and they easily hold 10 square feet of canned goods per shelf. Very happy with the results . . . so is pretty wife :)
Posted by Robert Parker on 12th Jul 2016
I am using this Wood Rack to hold Metal.
Had it up for at least 3 years now and never a problem.
Holds Metal on the wall that I use for fabrication.
Great space saver.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Oct 2014
I agree, the screws that come with the kit are complete garbage, even with a drill they just spun and stripped. I just used sheet metal screws I already had and it worked great. Don't let that stop you from buying this rack, it's a great space saver!
Posted by Alan Doucette on 13th Apr 2013
This Lumber rack system is very sturdy and looks great however there is a small problem assembling it.
It come with a package of screws which keep the orange bracket at the correct place on the black support bar. The problem is the screws are not sheet metal screws. They are cheap Chinese screws and are impossible to install by hand with a screwdriver. I drilled a hole through to the other side and installed a small bolt and attached nut. I learned later from Busy Bee ,you are supposed to use a power drill with attached screw bit to install those screws.
Proper sheet metal screws would also fix this problem properly.