Record Power Scroll Chucks

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Shelf Support, Bracket-Style, Bronze, 1/4" (25)

List Price: $ 5.25 Price: $ 2.00

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  1. Zahara
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Strong well made brackets, January 24, 2013
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    Zahara

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    This review is from: Shelf Support, Bracket-Style, Bronze, 1/4″ (25) (Misc.)
    I’ve had to replace plastic brackets on 27 home library shelves. I tried the local box stores and found mostly plastic. The metal ones I needed at 1/4 inch were either non-existent or in silver or gold. And pricey. None of the box store brackets went into the existing holes easily. I had to use a hammer to pound them in or ream out the hole. I bought these because they are bronze colored which would look the best on shelves where you can see the bracket. They went in flawlessly, no hammering or reaming required. I am confident these shelves will never need re-bracketing again. Great product.

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  2. Benjamin Richards
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The only real shelf brackets, August 15, 2014
    As far as I’m concerned, these should be the only kind of shelf brackets. Here are three reasons.

    First, they’re metal, not plastic. I’ve had full shelves of dinnerware come out of cabinets on account of failed plastic shelf brackets.

    Second, they cannot pop out of the holes while the shelf is installed, because the shelf actually restrains them in place. This is in contrast to the straight-peg style or various other styles that are free to cantilever out of worn holes.

    Third, the peg is nice and long. In my case it meant I had to drill out the holes to make them deep enough. But they are more secure as a result.

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