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Model #14856

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10 in. x 8 in. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket

  • Classic design that is always in style and matches any decor
  • Easy to install and works with wood, plastic or metal shelves
  • Made of steel, versatile shelf can hold up to 1200 lbs per pair
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Product Overview

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.
  • Made of steel
  • Oil-rubbed bronze finish
  • Screws not included
  • Supports up to 600 lbs.
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Name10 in. x 8 in. Gray Medium Duty Shelf Bracket10 in. x 8 in. Oil-Rubbed Bronze Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket10 in. x 8 in. Satin Nickel Heavy-Duty Shelf Bracket16 in. x 10 in. Stainless Steel Heavy Duty Shelf Bracket
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Ratings
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Product Length (in.)88810
Bracket TypeDecorative BracketDecorative BracketDecorative BracketDecorative Bracket
MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
Compatible With MaterialHardwood,Metal,PlasticHardwood,Metal,PlasticAluminum,Hardwood,Metal,Particle Board,PlasticHardwood,Metal,Plastic
FeaturesWall-MountableWall-MountableWall-MountableWall-Mountable
Accessory TypeBracketsBracketsBracketsBrackets
Number of Brackets1111
Storage Product TypeBracketsBracketsBracketsBrackets
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
8

Details

Accessory Type
Brackets
Bracket Type
Decorative Bracket
Color Family
Silver
Color/Finish
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Compatible With Material
Hardwood,Metal,Plastic
Features
Wall-Mountable
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Material
Steel
Number of Brackets
1
Returnable
180-Day
Storage Product Type
Brackets

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

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Can these be used to support an exterior shelf?

Asked by Joe August 3, 2020
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This shelf bracket is recommended for indoor use. Exterior use may cause rust and corrosion, thus weakening the bracket over time.

can these be mounted on top of the shelf?

Asked by Jose April 18, 2020
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We do not recommend mounting the shelf under the bracket. The long leg should be attached to the wall with the short leg to support a shelf (shelf on top of bracket) will be stronger, working weight limit is 1200 lbs. per pair in 16” apart.

Can this bracket be used with the 8" side under the shelf and the 10" side against the wall?

Asked by mtl November 18, 2019
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Yes, the bracket can be used with the 10" side against the wall with the 8" side under the shelf.

Would these be good for 36 to 40 inch window boxes ?

Asked by Rick June 7, 2019
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You can install any size of top flat surface (e.g., plywood, mdf, etc.) with the brackets as long as you stay within the weight capacity of the brackets and install the brackets on the stubs. I believe the shelf should have no problem holding your boxes.

Will these support a granite countertop?

Asked by Lisa January 19, 2019
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Yes, this bracket can support a granite countertop backed by wood.

My boards will be exactly 11” wide. Would they be okay for this bracket? Will be used to hold plates

Asked by NoviceDIYer November 17, 2018
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Yes...they support a LOT of weight!!!!

What is the recommended span between brackets? Suppose I wanted to do 12' a shelf? Would four bra...

Asked by Steven September 3, 2018
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I put up three shelves, all 5' by 12" by 1". I used three brackets per shelf. I am using these shelves for plates and ceramic cookware. The ends of the shelves are bending JUST a little. If I was to do it again, I would have used 4 brackets per shelf to avoid the bending on each end, but the brackets are holding up the shelves beautifully considering the weight that is on each of them. I DID make sure that the brackets were drilled into studs.

Would these be able to hold a storage shelf, about 40lbs(plus things I would want to put on it), ...

Asked by Alex August 10, 2018
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Yes it depends on what you anchoring to. They are heavy duty

How long can the shelf be? The specs say 1200lbs load limit per pair but does not say what length...

Asked by Spacer April 29, 2018
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The manufacturer notes that the max. distance of two brackets is 26”. For the 7 foot length they recommend installing 4 brackets, leave 3 inches at each end and 26” in between the 4 brackets.

How thick is the metal (as in what gauge, though preferably in inches or millimeters)?

Asked by ThanksForAnyAnswer April 13, 2018
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I bought these for work, I don't have a tape measurer handy but I'd say about 1/8" thick!

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it was sturdy and supported a 70 lb quartz top. the brushed nickel was a match for the stool and ...
it was sturdy and supported a 70 lb quartz top. the brushed nickel was a match for the stool and it's a great product.
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Good finish, clean welding, no sharp edges. I like the chrome color, large enough mounting holes...
Good finish, clean welding, no sharp edges. I like the chrome color, large enough mounting holes and the arched support. Been using this for about a month and no problems so far. Two of these support a hardened plastic surface used as a dumping table for bottles. The impact is supported well.
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Absolutely beautiful and very strong!!!! We used these brackets to hold up a granite shelf in ou...
Absolutely beautiful and very strong!!!! We used these brackets to hold up a granite shelf in our kitchen, and it looks absolutely beautiful!!!
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The shelf brackets worked very well to hold a shelf with a very heavy item. I was very happy wit...
The shelf brackets worked very well to hold a shelf with a very heavy item. I was very happy with them. Unfortunately, I was led astray by the person at Home Depot about what type of screws would work with it!! Try them out yourself.
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Love these brackets...they are beefy and have an industrial or farm decor look...have received ma...
Love these brackets...they are beefy and have an industrial or farm decor look...have received many compliments.
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These brackets are out of square by nearly 1/4 inch by the end of the 10 inch run. It is truly i...
These brackets are out of square by nearly 1/4 inch by the end of the 10 inch run. It is truly impossible to get level shelves with these brackets without shiming it... and who wants shims on a brack that does in fact have a very nice design element. It's a shame, I'd love to use it, but I can't due to the need to interface with other shelves that are actually level.
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I liked the simple, yet elegant, design of these brackets and bought 2 to use for an old door rep...
I liked the simple, yet elegant, design of these brackets and bought 2 to use for an old door repurposed into a coat tree. The brackets aren't supporting a ton of weight and they've held up fine for the past month. I wish it had come with screws, but I used my own.
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Enfield, NH
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.
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Heavy duty but still pretty
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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.
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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".
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