The Rubbermaid FastTrack Rail system is the ultimate storage solution, allowing you to reclaim the floor by getting items off the ground.
One person can quickly and easily assemble the FastTrack Rail system using everyday tools.
Tailor a storage solution for all belongings by choosing from a variety of Rubbermaid Garage products.
FastTrack Rail Accessories can easily be relocated on the rail as storage needs change.
The FastTrack Rail system can be used to fit the needs of any room from basements to laundry rooms.
The FastTrack Rail Accessories easily snap into place on the rail in seconds.
Heavy-duty steel construction provides years of maintenance-free durability that won't rust with age.
Locking hooks can hold 50 lbs and non-locking hooks can hold 25 lbs.
Choose from a variety of accessories for all belongings, from bike hooks to ball racks.
Rubbermaid shelving can be installed to the FastTrack Rail system for large, heavy items.
Add on additional FastTrack Rails at any time to provide additional storage.
Free up valuable floor space in the garage to help get vehicles back inside.
Pick up the Rubbermaid FastTrack Rail system today and get your home organized.
A: Thank you for your interest in our products and reaching out! The FastTrack Garage 48 in. Hang Rails 3-pack includes three 48 inch rails.
A: Yes, there is a galvanized steel bracket with mounting holes spaced along the length of the bracket and then the plastic cover that goes on top. Both can be cut with a hack saw.
A: Thank you for your interest in our products and reaching out! The Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage 48 in. Hang Rail may be cut with a hacksaw if needed. We recommend heeding all general safety precautions when cutting.
A: Thank you for your interest in our products and reaching out! We do not recommend painting the FastTrack Garage 48 in. Hang Rail or the FastTrack uprights.
A: Thank you for your interest in our products! The Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage 48 in. Hang Rail works with traditional stud spacing of either 16" and 24" apart. The rail must began and end on studs, centered for the best result.
A: "Technically it does fit as 4 studs are 48in from the center of the outer studs unless warped..." The rail is 48 inches long. The holes to attach the rail are 1/2 inch from the edge of the rails (47 inches apart). Technically.
A: It doesn't really work as in order to get the 4th screw in, you'd have to put it right at the edge of the fasttrack which you should never do with anything as it will eventually break. They should've made it 49-50 inches.
A: Technically it does fit as 4 studs are 48in from the center of the outer studs unless warped, nonstandard construction or mismeasured in construction. You could use an alternating step approach for multiple 4 foot brackets. Also, you might consider using a 1x4, 2x4, or 1x6 backer board. If hanging something heavier like a string trimmer or leaf blower,the weight will induce torsion which can twist/deform the steel bar, particularly if no drywall or paneling across the studs. The backer board facilitates using additional fasteners, especially around heavier objects that might twist the steel hanger bar.