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Everbilt 10 in. x 8 in. Satin Nickel Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket
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Everbilt

10 in. x 8 in. Satin Nickel Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket

  • Great for closets, garages, sheds, and other shelving projects
  • Easy to install and works with wood, plastic, or metal shelves
  • Made of steel, versatile shelf can hold up to 1200 lbs per pair
$7.98 /each
Color/Finish: Satin Nickel
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Satin Nickel

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The Everbilt 10 in. x 8 in. Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket is ideal for closets, garages, sheds or any shelving needs. Compatible with wood, plastic or metal shelving. Easy to install.

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  • Made of steel
  • Satin nickel finish
  • Screws not included
  • Supports up to 600 lbs.

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Is it powder coated? I'd like to use this outside? Also, can a granite counter backed by wood be mounted to it?

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How far apart are the top two holes?

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It seems by putting two screws in the top they look like they'd be too close to the edge of the stud.. do you angle them in or put them in straight?
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I do not own these but was ready to buy them but read a few reviews that said the two screw holes are placed too far apart and in order to screw into the stud you have to angle the screw inward.
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How far apart can you space the brackets without effecting the amount of weight it can hold per pair?

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The weight would be distributed right to the brackets regardless of how far apart they are.. The weight of the shelf would hit the brackets evenly.
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Can I use this either direction?

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I need an 8 in. bracket and was wondering if I could flip this one over and use it as an 8 in. x 10 in..
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Yes, you can mount either way
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Issues prior to installation I wanted to put a shelf in my garage, and thought that this bracket would be perfect, but, I had issues with it, which made me cancel my plans. It is quite heavy and sturdy, so, I have no doubt that it would have done the job, at least for light loads. And, for the record, the actual size of the bracket is 9-1/2" x 7-3/4", excluding the edge of the rounded 90-degree bend (not unusual, since a "two-by-four" is rarely exactly those dimensions). . I was disappointed that it didn't come with the necessary screws/hardware, whose sizes are listed on the information decal (see photo). I was also concerned that the supporting arch was spot welded through the bracket (see photo), rather than having it molded as a single unit at the forge. The information decal indicates that it has a 600-pound limit, so, if I used three brackets, the load-per-bracket would be significantly reduced, and I wouldn't have put anywhere near that much weight on the shelf, regardless. But, I didn't want to take the chance of a bad weld causing it to collapse (the cantilever effect probably would have prevented that, but, I didn't want to risk it). Thirdly, although the one screw hole at the bottom would have worked fine, the two holes at the top were very close to the edge of the wood it would have been connected to (the attached photo doesn't quite capture that), and I was concerned that a misdrill or weight shift could cause the screw to go through or pop out the sides of the wood, thus damaging the wood. The mfr could have put one hole at the top and another above where the arch meets the bracket (granted, it would have been a little difficult to use a screwdriver, but, a hex head screw would have easily worked with a ratchet wrench), and it would have eliminated the two-ear-at-the-wood-edge issue. Even if I had thicker/wider wood, the other two concerns, above, were off-putting. For these reasons, I decided against using it in the garage. There is the potential for using them in a couple of closets, whose sixty-year old shelves' wood frame supports are beginning to buckle, but, the wood is not exposed (behind drywall), and I would have to risk using drywall anchors to make the heavy brackets secure, which I'm not willing to do (i.e., if I misdrill or if there is an issue with crumbling drywall, I would have to fix the hole and find another location for the bracket); also, the heavy-duty brackets would be overkill for the closet. I'll probably go with a shelf-track system (see photo) for both the garage and closets. For the record these brackets may not be for use where aesthetics may be an issue, as they are not "pretty". October 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very sturdy Cannot go wrong with them heavy duty shelf brackets. I had them installed in my kitchen. And it used to carry pretty good amount of load without any issues. These ones are very sturdy (and heavy too). But would fit very nicely. It does have a pretty low profile. Would fit a garage location perfectly. Definitely recommend this bracket, especially if you want to put up a shelf to carry heavy items. March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by the best bracket for any project These are super-heavy duty brackets, thick steel and solid welds. They're strong enough to hold anything in the garage, yet also good-looking enough to use in the house, which is where I plan to use them. And the price is certainly right, you can pay this much for garage-ugly, or flimsy, and these are neither. One side is longer than the other, and either can be put against the wall, which gives you options. The back sides are flat, and so will be much less marring to the wall that many other brackets, especially the adjustable track type, which leave ruts in the wall when you take them down. These are great for just about any shelving project, and cheap enough that it doesn't matter if they are total overkill. October 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Durable product Decorative but durable. Exactly what I was looking for. December 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Strength plus style in your garage I'm in the process of upgrading storage in my garage, so I opted to go for a set of these heavy duty shelf brackets in a satin nickel finish-- I needed brackets for shelving to hold some of my heavier tools and supplies, and I like the look of these brackets. The finish itself isn't top grade, but the design is certainly a step up from traditional garage shelf brackets. The real value of these brackets, in my opinion, lies in the fact they have a load capacity of 600 pounds-- way more than my needs call for, but a great feature for peace of mind when stowing some of my heavier tools. A great set of brackets for the price. April 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Heavy duty but still pretty I purchased these to build open shelving in my kitchen and really needed something that was going to securely hold a good amount of weight yet still look good. These were exactly what I was looking for. They are heavy and sturdy but still pretty. The finish perfectly matches the other oil rubbed bronze elements in my kitchen. I needed these centered on my wall so I didn't bother trying to find a stud, I just used heavy duty wall anchors to install them. The kids run and jump around the kitchen and the dishes on these shelves don't even rattle. May 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Screw Holes Too Far Appart I bought these brackets for open kitchen shelving last year and liked them, so I'm using them again for another project. However, as others have pointed out, the two upper screw holes are too far apart, so only the lower hole and one upper hole can line up with a stud unless you angle them in, which looks shoddy. My solution is to first attach 3/4 inch poplar to the studs--nicely shaped and routed--and then attach the brackets. See photo. June 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by The designers overlooked screw placement These are solid brackets with a clean visual appearance you'll be proud to show off. However, the designers made the screw holes slightly wider than will fit the profile of a 2x4 stud. That is to say, the screws will miss the stud if driven straight into this bracket, which is a major problem if you expect the bracket to support a lot of weight. I used the brackets anyway, and just drove the screws in, angled toward the center. Not a clean solution, because the screw heads to not lay flush. May 21, 2013
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