I'm thinking standing shelves are the better route to go but for holding them to the wall.....
Sydwyndir (Gun Toting Right-wing Goon; 8238)
Posted on: 01-10-2019 11:01.
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Ordeith imparted these words:
On the bright side? They do require a rather large pre-drilled hole. I had some shelving come down where the old anchor was ripped through the wall and the hole it left was still smaller than these anchors require, so I was able to just cut out the old hole and put the new anchor in the same spot without an issue.
...so they don't tip over, these look like a good solution.
Thank you, Gary Gygax.
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- Shelving suggestions. - Sydwyndir, 01-09-2019 20:21 (Views: 43; Replies: 19)
- These don't look great, but are pretty solid. - Bean, 01-10-2019 11:19 (Views: 31)
- There are drywall anchors at Home Depot that claim to support 300lbs. - Ordeith, 01-10-2019 10:50 (Views: 29)
- Did the wire shelf break or did the fasteners pull put? Pics needed. [nt] - P. Briscoe, 01-10-2019 08:57 (Views: 21)
- happy to hear you weren't injured! [nt] - darth maynard, 01-10-2019 08:28 (Views: 22)
- Sending you positive structural vibes 📳 [nt] - Ciaervo, 01-10-2019 06:50 (Views: 24)
- Damn brother, sorry to hear. I'd say get yourself a studfinder and some angle brackets. - Paul, 01-10-2019 06:43 (Views: 28)
- Dang, bro. Glad you're ok. - Citizen Z, 01-09-2019 21:17 (Views: 30)
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