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5-Piece Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage Multipurpose Storage Rail System EXPIRED

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Lowe's has 5-Piece Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage Multipurpose Storage Rail System (1794324) for $18.41. Choose free curbside pickup otherwise shipping is a flat rate $5.99 or is free on $45+ orders. Thanks rsvpd

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Kit Includes:
  • 32" FastTrack Garage Rail
  • Multi-Purpose Hook
  • 1-Handle Hook
  • 2 x Scoop Hooks

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  • Price valid 11/24 or while supplies last.
  • Holds up to 1,750 pounds when mounted using standard stud spacing
  • Our research indicates that this offer is $20 lower (50% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $38.
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Lowe's [lowes.com] has Rubbermaid FastTrack Garage 5-Piece Powder Coated Steel Multipurpose Storage Rail System for $18.41. Select Free Curbside Pickup; Shipping is Free on orders of $45+
  • Kit includes (1) 32-in FastTrack Garage Rail, (1) Multi-Purpose Hook, (1) 1-Handle Hook and (2) Scoop Hooks
  • FastTrack Rails install easily and hold up to 1,750 pounds when mounted using standard stud spacing
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Would these hold up outside on say the side of a shed? Out of direct rainfall but exposed to humidity and elements.
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Would these hold up outside on say the side of a shed? Out of direct rainfall but exposed to humidity and elements.
These are designed for indoor use
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Would these hold up outside on say the side of a shed? Out of direct rainfall but exposed to humidity and elements.
can't speak personally but the rails are powdercoated so use weather resistant hardware (screws they include are junk to use inside anyways) and should be fine if the rail isn't scratched up to expose the steel.
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Would these hold up outside on say the side of a shed? Out of direct rainfall but exposed to humidity and elements.
I'd think you'd be fine. May not slide as easy but cheap enough to try it out
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Repped for the countdown. Nice touch.
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can't speak personally but the rails are powdercoated so use weather resistant hardware (screws they include are junk to use inside anyways) and should be fine if the rail isn't scratched up to expose the steel.
Yeah, thats what i was thinking. Just for yard tools. I'd use exterior screws. I think ill give it a try.
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Would these hold up outside on say the side of a shed? Out of direct rainfall but exposed to humidity and elements.
The clips on these are plastic. I'd be hesitant, not because of the rust but because of UV exposure might cause issues. That being said, for the price I think it's worth it. I've been happy with my set.
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Good deal. I was about to purchase from home depot last night and each individual clip is about 10 bucks each.
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shows OOS Frown
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Good system. Have had a few of these in my garage for a couple of years now. One rack like this is currently holding two ladders, spreader, weed eater, 3 bundles of long extension cords, two rakes, and a spray attachment for a power washer.
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I have cement block garage walls. Would this work well for that?

Would I probably need a powder gun or something to secure it?
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Love these. Have this setup in my garage holding tools, kids bikes, etc.
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I have cement block garage walls. Would this work well for that?

Would I probably need a powder gun or something to secure it?
Concrete bit and specific wall anchors. You'll be fine. That's what I did.
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