A: Given that the 48" track should be mounted into three studs. It should be able to support two 24" cabinets. The question is what weight do you plan on installing? The product description for the ....."48 in. W Garage Wall Storage Gear Track Channel "...... says you can load 75# per lineal foot. I don't have any of my tracks loaded up that much and they are mounted on 24"OC studs.
A: I don't believe the spacing will affect the fact that it is still anchored in the studs
A: Hello Katy, yes the geartrack channels should support the weight load given.
A: Yes just use 2 1/2 inch or 3 inch deck screws
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A: Yes, very easily
A: Yes. A miter saw works best.
A: Yes. They cut similar to PVC pipe. I used a miter saw to cut mine.
A: Yes cut to any length just be aware Of where the wall studs are and plan your anchors. Good luck
A: Yes, The track can be cut to any length
A: Not sure 1/2 inch is heavy enough for loaded cabinets. Whatever fasteners you use, I’d also use a good construction adhesive to give better and broader support.
A: I'd be leary of mounting these tracks into 1/2 inch OSB without finding a stud to sink your fastener into,especially not knowing the total weight once the cabinets are attached and loaded. If you were to do it, you should probably molly those tracks to the OSB
A: Hi Mike. Though I/my setup will have the benefit of using wall studs to secure it, here is what I suggest: first question is total weight of cabinet & contents ? How many do I plan to hang? My suggestion is mount a “cleat” on the pan wall....That’s 1 single piece of lumber 3/4” plywood or 1X stock to have cumulative holding strength if multiple cabinets are installed. Use a bolt & butterfly type molly bolt to give u better holding/staying strength. Once u answer the weight total Q above Molly’s will have weight recommendations for you. Let me know if any above is not clear ....’D-Tech’