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: Thanks for your interest in our products and reaching out! The Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage 84 in. Hang Rail cover should be able to slide off the ends. If there is not room for sliding, you can use a flat head screw driver to lift the bottom of the rail all the way down the rail and it can be lifted to remove the cover.
A: It slides off either the left or right hand side.
A: It's not always easy. Heat/cold can affect how easily it will slide off. You have to grip the top and bottom (don't push on the front) and try over and over again to slide it one way or the other. After repeated attempts it will usually break free and you MUST keep it sliding at that point. If it stops then repeat the whole process again. Good luck!
A: Yes it slides off so you can cut to the size needed.
A: If by cover you mean one of the fixtures? Just take something and pry up on the bottom of the fixture and it will pop off.
A: Should be able to slide it right off the end. If you don’t have room, you should be able to peel up from the bottom a little bit at a time. Sliding is the best option in my experience however.
A: Thanks for your interest in our products and reaching out! The Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage 84 in. Hang Rail should be able to slide off the ends. If there is not room for sliding, you can use a flat head screw driver to lift the bottom of the rail all the way down the rail and it can be lifted to remove the cover.
A: I don't see why not. With absent anchors to drywall, it might minimally wobble, but as long as inter-stud distance qualifies, the amount of play should be insignificant to hopefully nonexistent. The question remains as to how much that would affect the weight rating with zero anchorage to drywall. While I expect none, you may have to verify with Rubbermaid about this. They were very responsive when I had questions during my installation. With exposed studs, installation should be far easier and quicker though.
A: Yes, this is what I have done. We have an unfinished detached garage. Makes finding the studs easy!
A: Only if the holes line up with the studs. Or you could drill your own holes through it
A: Thanks for the interest in Rubbermaid and reaching out! The FastTrack Garage Rail can be used without the wall anchors however it will reduce the weight capacity of the rail. For maximum weight capacity we suggest adding sheet rock. We have had consumers add wood in those gaps and be successful too.
A: Thanks for your interest in our products and reaching out! The rail on the Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage 84 in. Hang Rail Track Storage System should hit 3 studs which means each end should hit the middle of the first and last stud. The uprights do not need to be on the studs.
A: To be honest i only have mine on 2 studs and it works just fine
A: Depends on how much weight you are going to have on rail, studs are always best but but if you use wall anchors that will handle 60 to 75 lbs each you should be good.
A: I purchased multiple rails and pre-measured to ensure I could maximize the number of studs. I have a lot of items hanging, in baskets, and on shelves and haven’t had any problems. I only used studs to post the rails but if you have concerns, using additional studs surely wouldn’t hurt.