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Studlock 9er Bracket (34")

31円

Studlock 9er Bracket (34")

Product description

Size Name:34"

This patent pending bracket is made to ensure you receive a properly engineered bracket for your shelf. It is designed with: 9/10” Tall Backplate - no need to trim that 2x10 that has heavy rounded edges. 1/4” Thick Backplate - a must to add rigidity and prevent flexing. Any less simply does not work. 1/2” Solid steel rods - adding to the overall strength and durability. Alternating amp; Offset fastening points - Adds strength by increasing material span, and makes for a universal bracket that has a perfectly matched top amp; bottom pattern. 50-lbs per each stud weight rating. (Keep to 10” deep and under for max weight rating. )

Studlock 9er Bracket (34")

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