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Model FG4C0702WHT

Internet #202312323

Store SKU #325420

18-1/2 in. White Twin Track Bracket

$6.59 /each

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This 6-1/2 in. Twin Track Bracket has an enhanced weight capacity and a durable finish. It provides a stylish adjustable shelving solution for the bedroom, living room or home office. Use these brackets with Rubbermaid shelving.

  • For a heavy duty closet shelving system
  • Compatible with a twin track system (sold separately)
  • Powder coated to provide durability over time
  • White finish
  • Made in the United States of America
  • Note: product may vary by store

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If we have 6 tracks spaced 16 inches apart, and we are using the 18.5" inch brackets, what is the deepest shelf these can support?

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There is no single simple answer. It depends on your total design:
1. How much weight do you intend to load on the shelves? You can get away with a deeper shelf if you only use it for lightweight objects.
2. How will you mount the shelves to the brackets? Are they sitting loose, attached with a little screw, attached with a bolt and washers?
3. How are the tracks mounted to the wall?
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There is no single simple answer. It depends on your total design:
1. How much weight do you intend to load on the shelves? You can get away with a deeper shelf if you only use it for lightweight objects.
2. How will you mount the shelves to the brackets? Are they sitting loose, attached with a little screw, attached with a bolt and washers?
3. How are the tracks mounted to the wall?
4. What are the shelves made of, and how thick are they? The thicker and more rigid the shelf, the deeper it can be.
As an example, I built shelves for high storage in my garage. They need to be rock-solid, but also as deep as possible.
For my application, I mounted 36" long tracks at 16" spacing using 4" deck screws screwed into the wall studs. (Note that the longer the tracks, the more stable the shelves.) The shelves are 24" x 3/4" plywood, mounted to the 18-1/2" brackets with little wood screws. The result is extremely rigid and can take any weight I can lift up there - - I would feel comfortable crawling onto the shelf and lying down.
I could probably go another few inches deeper - - 27" shelves would probably work - - but I wouldn't be nearly as comfortable putting heavy objects up there, especially near the lip. Read Less
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Is there a black 18 1/2" twin track bracket?

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Thanks for your interest in our products! The 18-1/2 in. Twin Track Bracket is available in White and Satin Nickel. Color selection may vary by retailer.
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What's the deepest shelf the 18 1/2" bracket will support & what's the recommended spacing between brackets?

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what is the load rating per bracket?

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what is the load rating per bracket, regardless of the shelving material used?
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Pleawse contact Rubbermaid at 888-895-2110 for details regarding weight limits.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by lighter-weight than they used to be I used these same brackets for a project a few years ago. The metal is definitely lighter weight than it used to be. They're still adequate for general use, but I wouldn't use them for anything really heavy. September 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good product simple white twin track bracket. color is consistent and not chipping. April 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product I needed a couple of shelves in my galley kitchen so decided on track shelving. When I purchased the tracks, I noticed the hardware package and decided to purchase it. I initially couldn't determine how the expanders were inserted and it was not described on the packet. Looked through the reviews to see if someone else had a solution. Found a comment by Rachael that described the solution. Fold the wings inward and insert into a 7/32 drilled hole. Worked perfectly and the tracks and shelves went up in no time at all. January 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product I don't understand the reviews complaining about the lack of instructions. The installation and usage of the Twin Track system is obvious. The twin tracks have round holes at each end and spaced across the length. This is where the screws go to mount them to the wall. Like anything, it's best to screw them into wall studs. If you can't find the studs or they're inconveniently located, use any of the many styles of drywall screws instead. The brackets clip easily onto the tracks. The shelves sit on the brackets. January 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product I don't get all of the whining about the lack of instructions. I'm not the most handy of people, but it's easy to figure out. It's easy to find brackets with holes in them to anchor the shelves to the brackets. The brackets hold a good bit of weight. I put both my kids (ages 8 & 4) on the shelf to make sure it would hold. January 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by An excellent, well made system I just love this system. I use it mostly for books and books are heavy. October 7, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by horrible My husband and I spent hours putting up twin tracks in my daughters room. We wanted a wall of shelves. We finally went to put the shelf on and realized that we could not secure the "wood" shelves to the brackets. Useless waste of time. We are removing everything and returning it all. Now I will have to putty and paint a whole wall. September 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great product, horrible instructions So the picture for the hardware really doesn't explain what to do. You need to bend the anchor in on itself to form that point. I used a 7/32 drill bit to make the hole. Then worked the folded point of the anchor in a little by hand and hammered it in the rest of the way (you want it to be tight). You then proke the black piece into the hole to open up the anchor. You might need to hammer that a bit too but mostly i was able to push it in and hear the anchor pop open. Then just screw in the metal piece. Very easy once you figure it out! Why they couldn't tell you this somewhere i have no idea! ! March 20, 2015
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