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Everbilt 1-1/2 in. x 14-Gauge x 36 in. Zinc-Plated Slotted Angle
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Everbilt

1-1/2 in. x 14-Gauge x 36 in. Zinc-Plated Slotted Angle

$7.98 /each

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This metal angle is commonly used for constructing bicycle racks, bed frames, motor mounts, and many other utilitarian functions. Common types of angles include: Solid, punched whole, slotted whole and solid or slotted offset. Slotted and punched whole angle is often selected for use in metal racks, storage shelving, garage door track frames and corner bracing. Angles are available in a variety of sizes and materials, and can be cut to length to suit your specific job requirements.

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  • 1-piece
  • Steel construction
  • Zinc-plated
  • 1-1/2 in. x 36 in.
  • Slotted angle

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What are the dimensions of the holes and slots?

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I.e. what size fasteners would be used to join pieces together?
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The nut and bolt to use to fasten 2 pieces together would be 5/16"-18. The vertical slot is 0.344” X 0.499”, horizontal is 0.344” X 0.562”, and they are 0.377” round.
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How much weight can this support before it bends?

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How much weight can this support before if bends? I am building a bed. I need to include the weight of the plywood Bunkie board, the mattress and the people on top of the bed.
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