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Rubbermaid 12 in. D Single Track Bracket


12 in. D Single Track Bracket

$297 /each
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Product Overview

This 12 in. Single Track Bracket from Rubbermaid mounts to single track uprights. It can be moved up or down to suit your unique storage and display needs. Coated with durable epoxy paint, the bracket has a smooth finish and is resistant to chipping or peeling. No tools are needed to attach the bracket; it fastens directly into the upright.

  • No installation tools required; bracket attaches to your wall through a single track upright
  • Durable epoxy paint coating resists chipping and peeling
  • Designed to support medium- and light-duty shelving
  • Can be moved up or down along the upright to best meet your storage or display needs

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Manufacturer Warranty
For a period of one year from the date of purchase, if a Rubbermaid Home product proves defective in materials and workmanship during normal use by the purchaser of this product, RHP will arrange for replacement or repair

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Customer Questions & Answers

Brackets are very wobbly, do not fit into track securely - Anyway to fix this? Same question asked already but the answer was unacceptable

A customer asked the same question in this post and got an answer that did not address the problem at all, in fact it was a nonsensical repsonse. This has nothing to do with the tracks, they are secure on the wall. However, when I go to insert the brackets only the top hook of the bracket slides in and down to the bottom of the rectangular hole on the track. The bottom hook just inserts in the hole but is too short for it to slide down and rest on the bottom. Hence what you get is a very wobbly bracket that moves freely side to side, which means the shelf wobbles back and forth too. Unbelievable as all 6 brackets have the same outcome. I have installed many wire shelves (Closet Maid) and I have not had this issue - those brackets always fit snugly in the holes in the track. So, is there a fix for this? If not this is indeed an inferior product which you should remove and I will recommend that others steer clear. If this can't be fixed in a reasonable manner, even though I got these for my craft room and were more aesthetically pleasing, I'll go back to Closet Maid wire shelving because it's much sturdier, I can hang the tracks off a horizontal track which means I don't have a bunch of holes in my wall because I never further secure those tracks! Last chance Rubbermaid.
Asked by: Dallas
Tap them in securely with a hammer... Use the twin track if you need more stability.
Answered by: d2803
Date published: 2017-06-24

These are super floppy! Any way to make them stable?

We just installed the single track rods and used these to hold shelves. They move side to side dangerously easy with a touch of a finger and so now do the shelves placed on top of them. Is there any way to make them sturdier?
Asked by: Frustrated
You can drill a shallow 1/4" hole in the board so the metal vertical dimple at the end of each bracket will fit the drilled hole. That keeps the board from sliding and the metal brackets at 90 degrees to the wall.
Answered by: woodworker
Date published: 2016-07-15

How do I get a single tail bracket out of the vertical support rail?

Asked by: Graz
You have to move it straight up 1/2 inch, then it'll come out. If it's stuck, you need to strike the bracket on the underside, upwards, right at the base, with something that won't scratch it.
Answered by: doug
Date published: 2017-03-26

Where can I find a 16" bracket

Asked by: Jimmy
Thanks for your interest in our products! For more information regarding the 16 in. D White Single Track Bracket, please contact the manufacturer.
Answered by: Rubbermaid
Date published: 2016-08-20
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Customer Reviews

12 in. D Single Track Bracket is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These work fine when you know how to install them. For all those people who don't like the sway..... These work fine when you know how to install them. For all those people who don't like the the twin track version. These are cheaper and will sway...called physics. For all those people who can't get them in right unless they use a hammer...I suggest using the instructions which say tap them in with a hammer. I have probably 50 ft of single track shelving on the walls and they work fine. For larger heavier shelving I have another 10 feet of shelving with the twin track.
Date published: 2016-12-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No Screws It's a great product with one huge exception: The screw holes in the uprights and their lack of countersinking, the lack of screw specifications and the lack of screws. I have installed thousands of dollars worth of this shelving for customers. I won't recommend or install it any more because of the pain of the install. The screw holes should be the right size, and properly beveled to accept a 2 inch (for hard surface mount) or 2 1/2 inch (for over drywall mount) color matching wood screw with a Robertson head. Rubbermaid should sell them with the product at a reasonable price. Without such screws I cannot easily or properly install the product. The screws need to be countersunk to permit a full range installation of shelving brackets into the uprights. Protruding screw heads not only prevent a bracket install above the heads, but prevent the use of adjacent slots as well. #8 screws have a head that is too big. I can make them work by custom countersinking, with a metal cutting countersink bit, each and every support hole. Thanks for the inconvenience, guys. #6 screws are a little better for countersink effort but are spindly, only available in max 2 inch length and so too weak for heavy loads on the shelves. I don't know if this is a Rubbermaid problem, or a Home Depot problem, but it's a problem.
Date published: 2013-06-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Instructions? Sure would be handy to have some instructions on the 4C74 Single Track Universal Hardware. Nifty looking bow ties, neato screws and some really cool sticker dots. How am I supposed to use these properly?????
Date published: 2009-08-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I'm With Stan! How do you use these??? I too am looking at these nifty bow-tie anchors and I challenge anyone at Rubbermaid to figure out how they are supposed to be put thru a 1/4 inch diameter hole without destroying your wallboard. I am a veteran of wall shelf systems but this one has me stumped. Using the pin or scrunching with fingers or tools. I don't get it. Better make a video of this one when you figure it out.
Date published: 2010-11-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from You have to grind these for a 12 inch shelf You have to grind these for a 12 inch shelf
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Brackets are junk I put up the track and installed the shelf bracket and boy there are junk. They flop around like they're the wrong ones. Nope just trash. Return trip to take them back. Not worth scrap!
Date published: 2015-09-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Those Brackets... The tracks are pretty easy to install, though the screw holes are a bit tight. Had to buy ones slightly smaller than expected. Offers great versatility and doesn't look too horrible in the house. Seems sturdy enough (main frame/tracks.) My major problem was with the shelving brackets. They do not slide into place and instead get stuck when they are 1/4 of the way down. Tried to bend one slightly to allow room for the shelving to slide into the socket, but no go. Hammered lightly on a board, still no go. Shelves themselves are wobbly because of the bracket.
Date published: 2014-05-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not very stable I just installed those brackets and the shelves fell off twice. Finally had to tap them into the rail with a hammer to keep them somewhat stable. I installed the twin brackets in the past and they were great, but I cannot recommend the single brackets.
Date published: 2014-09-03
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