|Manufacturer||NUK3Y PRODUCTS K3|
|Item Weight||1.95 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||16 x 2 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||03729001954|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
S Parker 16" Folding Shelf Bracket (Sold In Pairs)
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Folding Shelf Bracket Sold in Pairs (2 brackets)
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If you need to attach them to drywall (because your studs aren't spaced correctly for where you want to attach your brackets) use drywall anchors and cabinet screws to attach a board to the wall, then attach the brackets to the board. It's very sturdy and can still hold tons of weight.
I don't know why other people had an issue with the strength. They are very strong and sturdy. The table is probably 3 feet by 2 1/2 feet. My husband is a big guy...250 lbs and 6'2" and can work and lean on it.
These are perfect and we are totally happy with them!
They work smoothly locking into place, with just a hint of fiddling to unlock them to collapse the shelf. No signs of rust yet after a couple of months of weather and spilled bbq sauce.
The key to installing these are to be sure each hinge is level with the other and that they are dead on plumb. If they look like this / \ or this \ / or this \ I on whatever you have them attached to you are going to have a bad day. Just tie a screw, nut or bolt to a string and hold it against what your screwing into, that will give you a plumb line.
They've worked flawlessly, are inexpensive and strong enough to hold a fair amount. Highly recommend.