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36" Long Gray Center Deck Support

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36" Long Gray Center Deck Support

Item #: WB160CP27

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Price: $ 6.30

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Deck Supports increase shelf capacity by 20%. Fits double rivet beams only. 42", 48", 60", and 72"L beams accept 1 support per level; 96"L accepts up to 3.

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    • SHELF TYPEBoltless Open Shelving
    • MODEL502570
    • TYPECenter Deck Support
    • BRANDGlobal Industrial™
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Not Sturdy Enough

Your review: We were a little disappointed that the shelving unit wasn't as sturdy as we'd hoped it would be. The support beams don't click into the area where they belong and in fact were bent upon arrival and we had to bang them back into shape. The middle shelf completely sagged and now the long beam is bowed. I guess we were hoping for better quality construction. It would be great for non-load bearing items though.

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Center Deck Support - A Must

Your review: A must for wide span shelves. The added support keeps center from sagging. Even the lightest load will eventually sag. It's cheap security.

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