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ClosetMaid ShelfTrack 80 in. White Hang Track
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ClosetMaid

ShelfTrack 80 in. White Hang Track

  • Durable steel construction with white epoxy finish
  • Compatible with ShelfTrack Closet Systems
  • Can be mounted to wall studs, concrete, and drywall
$22.44 /each
Color/Finish: White
  • Nickel
  • White

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Easily ensure your shelving surfaces are level with the ClosetMaid ShelfTrack 80 in. White Hang Track. Exclusively designed for the ClosetMaid ShelfTrack standard and bracket system, start installation by securing the hang track directly to wall studs, concrete and drywall and then add the ShelfTrack standards and brackets. Complete the installation with ventilated wire shelving that fits your needs. Strong and secure with epoxy-coated steel construction, leveling your storage system is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

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Can the hang tracks be cut to length? How about the shelf tracks? At home? In the local store?

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March 17, 2013
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September 14, 2016
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I cut mine with a chop saw. I found the shelves were easier to cut to size with a bolt cutter.
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November 4, 2014
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Yes, I had to trim mine, it would fit in the closet that I was installing it in. I used a chop saw to speed it up, plus I already had the saw set up. You could probably use a hack saw pretty quick.
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October 16, 2014
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If you have the right tools you can cut the metal parts. I think a jig saw with a metal cutting blade would work. Not sure if the store would cut something special like that though. The hang track comes is 3 different lengths though and the vertical rails come in various lengths too. Not all stores have the various sizes in stock though.
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florida
September 22, 2014
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the shelves can easily be cut down without worrying about how it looks because the rubber stoppers go over the cut ends.. i used a Dremel on ours with a metal cut wheel..
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Atlanta GA
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March 21, 2013
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Please call your local store for this inquiry, but most people cut down the 80 inch hang track at home. Another option would be to use a combination of the 40 and 24 inch hang tracks to best fit your space. Standards are available in 12, 30, 48, 60, and 84 inches, so cutting shouldn't be necessary.
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Does the ShelfTrack hang track come with the hardware to mount it?

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May 1, 2016
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Trenton, GA
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October 18, 2016
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No hardware is included. Although the only things needed are screws.
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May 3, 2016
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Hardware is sold separately.
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May 2, 2016
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No, the hardware is not included.
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Brandon, FL
May 2, 2016
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No the track is sold by itself and then you add whatever you want to it.. such as the hanging standards and hardware etc.. depending on what you want.
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Does the track come in 60" length?

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September 1, 2016
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It is only available in 40" and 80" lengths. You can cut them down to a size small.
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Brandon, FL
August 4, 2016
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No, they only have 24", 40" and 80". Depending on your setup there are a few combinations that you can work with.. such as two 24" tracks placed with outer edges 60" apart. Then you would put one of the hanging standards between them secured only to the wall.. if there's a stud there all the better. As you're figuring which combination to use, keep in mind the hanging standards need to be at least 4" Read More
No, they only have 24", 40" and 80". Depending on your setup there are a few combinations that you can work with.. such as two 24" tracks placed with outer edges 60" apart. Then you would put one of the hanging standards between them secured only to the wall.. if there's a stud there all the better. As you're figuring which combination to use, keep in mind the hanging standards need to be at least 4" from the end of the track. Read Less
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August 4, 2016
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I believe it only comes in 80" or 40", but I've used a chop saw to cut before. I flipped it over with the back up. You could also use a hack saw to cut it also. They may even be able to cut it in the store. Hope this helps.
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Why use track?

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I do NOT want to slide things around.
I do NOT want wire shelves.

What I am planning is to screw the standards directly into the studs in a garage wall. It seems obvious that the screws holding the standards to the wall take the load. In an answer here you say that the rail is what takes the major part of the load. How is that possible? It would only add one more screw to hold the standard. That seems insignificant.

I can't really tell (as you provide almost NO technical information -- I'll probably have to go to the store with a tape measure and calipers to get the info I need), but maybe you are assuming that I'll screw the rail into the top plate? That won't work as I am not starting my shelving at the TOP. To do so would require that I buy longer standards than I need. My first shelf is going to be 24 inches down from the top plate so that is where the rail would be, if I had one, and therefore it would not screw into anything more than the stud. Since I am going no lower that 24 inches, I only require a 48" standard.

Am I not understanding the concept here?

Thanks for any info you can offer.
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October 25, 2016
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You can use the rails without the top track. The top track is an extra layer to secure the unit. I agree that the rail (bracket holder) is the primary method for securing the unit.
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July 30, 2015
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The top rail does take the load of the weight. If you chose not to use it then we cannot promise any kind of system maximum loading. It does not have to be screwed into the top plate but you will need to anchor it or screw it into studs. Using the hang track will also help keep your standards aligned evenly across.
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July 28, 2015
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The top rail does provide the most hold on the load.. it screws into the horizontal support beam near the ceiling and the standards hang from it.. you screw the standards into the wall to keep them in place but it's the top rail that holds everything.. think of how a picture hook is put int he wall and then the picture hangs down on the wall.. I believe the instructions state that you can use only the Read More
The top rail does provide the most hold on the load.. it screws into the horizontal support beam near the ceiling and the standards hang from it.. you screw the standards into the wall to keep them in place but it's the top rail that holds everything.. think of how a picture hook is put int he wall and then the picture hangs down on the wall.. I believe the instructions state that you can use only the standards but you have to make sure you anchor them only to studs.. if you have them in studs you won't need the top rail. The directions specify the size bolts you will need. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent and Strong! My wife wanted to renovate our Laundry Room. I assessed and looked at several of these from different producers, and the ClosetMaid was heavier and more solid than its competitors. This 80 inch Track fit our room's width perfectly without cutting. We purchased 16 inch and 12 inch shelves. Found it easy to install and add the components. Wife is happy, and I like it very much (See attached image). We then repeated the shelving on the wall opposite the washer and dryer, so she now had everything she wanted. I did cut the track on the opposite side wall with a hacksaw. Also used an 18" bolt cutter to cut the shelf width. It worked fine, but it the larger shelf bars are hard and difficult to cut. Might be better to use a hacksaw. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great closet system! Very simple installation. Plan, measure, shop and install in one morning. HIghly recommended. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to assemble October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by One of the simplest shelving systems I have used. Once the main runner is mounted the down runners fall in place and then you drop in the shelf bracket. After that you drop the shelf in to place and adjust to any height and place multiple shelves as well. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Another fine job Repurchased because of past experience. It servers its purpose well. love the ability to add pieces to increase coverage of areas. September 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really Great Product This product will support the shelves in a very sturdy manner. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Install and Adds a lot of usable space. (writing one general review and copying it to each item in the system) The kits were all just a bit shy of what I wanted so I ended up putting together my own. It came out about $20 more expensive than the closest kit. I cut down the 80" top bracket to fit the 5' closet with 3- 60" standards. The left side is made up of the drawer kits, with the right being made up of 2 shelf/hanger sets. Whole set came out to a little under $180. The Top bracket was nice as it had well spaced holes that made it easy to hit studs with a drywall anchor in between. I was able to take a few inches off one end and the rest off the other so they matched up perfectly and go wall to wall with completely solid attachment. The standards slipped into the top bracket easily and locked down tight once screwed down. I was also able to mount everything before screwing it down so I could make sure it was spaced right on the wall before fixing anything in place. I did kinda wish I'd used the Closetmaid screws so they sat flush in the holes a bit better, but the generic drywall anchors I used worked mostly fine. The drawer kit was awesome, and as I figured it, saved me about 50% over what it would have cost to buy it in pieces. With 2 drawers and their parts it would have cost as much as the kit. The drawers are very solid once the locking clips are placed in. They seemed noisy til I actually put stuff in them which seriously muffled the noise made (between the enclosed space and all the metal, it was like working in an echo chamber putting it together.) On 60" standards, they could be spaced far enough apart so as to use both the shelf on top and the drawer at the same time. For the right section of my closet I used 2- 4' shelf/hanger kits. They installed easily (there were a few extra parts as the kit comes ready for a bare wall install) and on the standards they hang nice and solid. The 2 kits are spaced far enough apart so that I can hand shirts on top, and pants below with room for shoes on the floor. All in all, I'm very happy with the whole system, and plan on putting together another set for my basement utility/storage/work room, and possibly a set for my wife's closet if she decides she wants it. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 80" shelf track Product is very sturdy and makes hanging the cant lever rails very easy. September 20, 2016
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