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Posted 2013-08-18T15:18:59+0000  by steves2320 steves2320
 

Welcome to our community Steves2320!

 

Thank you for your question! According to the Rubbermaid website, "The shelves hold 50 pounds per foot when properly installed". Here is the chart from their website to see how far apart you need to make them.

 

The brackets you inquired about are a twin track, so look on the right side of the chart.

 

Bracket Load Capacities

 

If you have any more questions, please let us know!

 

Christine :smileyhappy:

Posted 2013-08-21T17:09:44+0000  by Christine_HD_ATL

I did not know you had a one track, I would thnk it is less costly. what is the price of a one track in lenghts from 48" to 72".

And what unit due i use to hold a board that is at least 16", preferably 24" .

 

Thanks for the fast answers.

Posted 2013-08-21T22:36:21+0000  by steves2320

Hello again Steves2320!

 

The only single track track that we sell that fits your 48"- 72" parameters measure 68". Here is the link for the 68" Single Track

 

As far as which brackets to use, the biggest single track brackets that are available are for 16" boards. Here is the link for the 16" Single Track Bracket. These brackets are for lightweight to medium weight applications. If you are using these shelves for books or other heavy things, you will want to go with the twin shelving brackets. 

 

If you have any more questions, please let us know!

 

Christine :smileyhappy:

Posted 2013-08-26T14:29:01+0000  by Christine_HD_ATL

I plan to use 24" boards.  Will 16" brackets be sufficient or should i use 24" brackets. I am sorry i will be useing a twin bracket what i am refering to are the units you put into the bracket to hold the boards.

Posted 2013-08-26T20:34:09+0000  by steves2320

Steves2320,

 

16" brackets with a 24" shelf is not recommended. I would highly recommend using 24" brackets for your 24" boards for stability and safely.

 

Let is know if you have any more questions!

 

Christine

Posted 2013-08-28T15:31:16+0000  by Christine_HD_ATL
 
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