Model # FG4C0203UTLTY

Internet #100199363

Store SKU #558877

Rubbermaid 12 in. x 0.125 in. Steel Utility Single Track Shelf Bracket


12 in. x 0.125 in. Steel Utility Single Track Shelf Bracket

$197 /each
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Product Overview

This utility single track bracket is designed to meet your medium and light duty shelving needs. The bracket fastens into a single track upright allowing shelving to be moved up or down to best meet storage and display needs. This is an economic adjustable shelving solution.

  • Durable construction
  • Strong metal body is treated with a silver finish
  • Epoxy paint coating resists chipping and peeling
  • No installation tools are required for brackets
  • This Rubbermaid product is made in the United States of America

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the weight limit and how far apart? What would be the weight limit if the tracks are 16" apart? 32"?

Asked by: Momof3
The weight limit depends on the length of the bracket used. For example a 4-inch long shelf bracket will hold more weight than a 6-inch long bracket and a 6-inch long bracket will hold more weight than a 12-inch long bracket (the most commonly used shelving bracket). From my experience of using 12-inch light duty shelving brackets, weight should be limited to 25-pounds for each bracket used. For example if two 12-inch brackets are used to hold a wood shelf (the wood has weight too) 50-pounds may be placed on the shelf (plus the weight of the wood shelf) between or over the two shelf brackets when the shelf standards that support the brackets are screwed into 2x4 wood studs. Bracket spacing should never exceed 24-inches and is best kept at 16-inch on center spacing if possible to increase shelf weight capacity and minimize shelf deflection between shelf brackets from the weight of the materials stored. If a shelf bracket appears to be twisted when loaded, it has been overloaded.
Answered by: Splitshaft
Date published: 2016-09-02

Why doesn't the bracket fit into the track securely?

Asked by: help
In the industry, these shelving parts are referenced as "Shelf Standards." In order for the shelving parts to be standard and work across several manufactured brands, there is a wider tolerance in the way the parts fit together. As stated, it is the weight of the shelving and the materials stored on the shelving that make for a secure installation.
Answered by: Splitshaft
Date published: 2016-09-02

I need these in 14" size - (50) count that will fit into the 72" utility single track upright ( 1...

I need these in 14" size - (50) count that will fit into the 72" utility single track upright ( 10) count needed. Do you have both these items for order?
Asked by: WSFair
Sorry, The Home Depot does not carry a "single" tracked 14 inch shelf bracket. If needing 14-inch tracked shelf brackets, "twin" tracked shelf brackets and standards would need to be purchased. Single 14-inch shelf brackets may be purchased elsewhere. However, due to their length they have very low load carrying capacity which can result in shelf collapse if overloaded. Twin shelf brackets offer significantly higher load capacities when using wide shelves, however The Home Depot only carries 70-inch length "twin" shelf bracket standards rather than 72-inch length.
Answered by: Splitshaft
Date published: 2017-05-16

do you have 6" brackets?

can be stainless - grey-
Asked by: Babypup
Thank you for your interest in our products. The smallest sized bracket we make for the Single Track closet system is an 8-in (item#FG4C0003UTLTY). This item can be purchased from Home Depot at $1.38 each.
Answered by: Rubbermaid
Date published: 2016-01-21
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Customer Reviews

12 in. x 0.125 in. Steel Utility Single Track Shelf Bracket is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The brackets are great for storage shelves. For books or... The brackets are great for storage shelves. For books or somewhere in sight the painted, more expensive brackets would be best.
Date published: 2017-02-14
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 4 out of 5 by from Not pretty but still effective The brackets sometimes fit loosely on the rails which causes the shelves to wobble sideways a bit. The metal can be bent just a tiny bit for a tighter fit though. Works fine overall. Not meant to look pretty, just hold up shelves
Date published: 2016-10-08
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 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 Poor Expectation Abasic support but not sturdy. Does not lock into wall bracket. It just slides in and is very wobbley
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple but effective... I use these shelves all over my house. The only thing I'd like to have is some sort of recommended weight limit available. I can say from personal use, you can stack a lot of stuff on these, I have between 200 & 300 lbs on a 16" wide shelf with 3 tracks. So far, so good.
Date published: 2010-02-27
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