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Questions and Answers for Everbilt 2 in. x 36 in. Plain Steel C-Channel Bar with 1/8 in. Thick

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Model #801217

Store SKU #468392

  • Frequently used for harnessing, door frames and wire protection
  • Use a metal saw for cutting to suit your project needs
  • Features long-lasting durable steel construction

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Q:Can I slide a piece of nominal 2x4 into channel?
by|Apr 10, 2021
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A:  Assuming your boards are 1.5", then yes. The ID of the channel is about 1.75"

by|Jun 29, 2021

    A:  The smallest interior point of the Everbilt 2 in. x 36 in. Plain Steel C-Channel Bar with 1/8 in. Thick is 1.74 inches. The nominal 2x4 size is 1.5 inches x 3.5 inches. This will fit.

    by|Apr 13, 2021

      A:  Yes, it will be loose a 2 x 4 is 1 5/8 x 3 5/8 (inner width is 1 & 7/8")

      by|Apr 11, 2021
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      Q:Can I order this in a single 8ft or 10ft piece
      by|Mar 19, 2021
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      A:  I think you can order it 48", maybe 60". It's very simple to weld , use a 100 grit sanding disk remove all the mil scale clamp both pieces to a very flat surface, leave 1/8" space for the weld to fill up, tack it in 4 places & weld 1" long welds jumping from tack to tack , grind all of your stops before adding the next 1" weld ( check for straightness every time you are stopping

      by|Sep 14, 2021
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      A:  Currently we do not offer 2 in. Plain Steel C-Channel Bar with 1/8 in. Thick in 8' or 10' lengths. Please speak with a ProDesk associate about placing a special order for the length you need.

      by|Mar 22, 2021
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        Q:Will home depot cut this for me?
        by|Oct 1, 2019
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        A:  Not sure, but I would imagine someone could help you with that .

        by|Mar 12, 2020

        A:  Generally the stores are not able to cut steel.

        by|Jan 25, 2021
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          A:  I say no but they do have rental equipment that could do the job. I know they cut wood pieces but I have not seen anything that would cut steel. Call your local store, who knows, they may do what you are asking.

          by|Jan 25, 2021
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          A:  Yes

          by|Mar 20, 2021
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          Q:Is this product cold rolled?
          by|Sep 2, 2019
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          A:  Yes , it's not a hot formed channel

          by|Mar 9, 2023
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          A:  This C-Channel is hot rolled.

          by|Sep 14, 2023
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            Q:Whats the weight for this specification?
            by|Dec 14, 2016
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            A:  It was listed to support 350 pounds per 1 foot section before it buckles. Its intended to brace bricks above a window. We had used these for that purpose with 20 bricks stacked walls high above each window no issues. Hope it at least gives you an idea! But!,,, homedepot seems to be selling brake formed parts in plase of these forged ones they sell. One is formed when the steel is hot and other is bent flat bar into the shape. The hot formed ones are one i used and are wonderful. The bent plate steel ones suck and i would not use since there 3 tenth of the strength of other one!

            by|Nov 30, 2020
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            A:  Well, for a start the description says it's both 1/8" (0.125") thick and (0.12") thick which would make it 11 gauge and be 5 lbs per sq. ft. However, it isn't 1/8" thick, it's actually 3mm (0.118") steel but I wouldn't call them out over 2 thousandth of an inch.

            by|Feb 8, 2019
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              A:  lol idk what everyone is talking about, it should be just over 1lb per foot

              by|Oct 26, 2022

                A:  This product weighs 0.48 pounds.

                by|Feb 8, 2019

                  A:  I think it's 4 lbs. a foot

                  by|Jul 4, 2022
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                  A:  The weight specifications for this item is not right. The 1 x 72 x 1/8" flat bar weighs 2.55 lb and the 2" x 72" x 1/8" weighs 5.10 lb. Those two weights are consistent. Half (36") of the 1 x 72 x 1/8 it would weigh 1.275 lb. . . This 2 in. x 36 in. Plain Steel C-Channel Bar with 1/8 in flattened should weigh much more than 0.48 lb. Between 3 & 4 lb

                  by|May 17, 2020

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