How to attach a piece of wood to a shelf standard?


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Old 12-11-20, 09:08 PM
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How to attach a piece of wood to a shelf standard?

I have double-slotted shelf standards (rails) installed in my garage. I would like to attach a piece of wood to the standards. The pieces of wood I install could range from a 1x4 to a 2x4. There could be various lengths, but the wood would always span at least two shelf standards.

The challenging part is I would like to attach the wood in a way that is movable, just like the brackets (and other accessories) designed to fit into the double-slotted standards. It seems like there would be a type of small bracket I could purchase to attach to the wood to make it possible to hang the wood on the standards, but I haven't found anything like that. Does anyone have suggestions for how I can attach the wood to the standards in a way that is easily movable?

I've included a picture of the standards and a sample of the kind of wood I want to attach to them. Thanks for any advice.

 

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Old 12-12-20, 04:18 AM
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One method (which I think is NOT very good) is to buy the proper shelf brackets, bend them 90 degrees and screw the pieces to the back side of wood and attach to rails.



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Old 12-12-20, 07:36 AM
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The item you need is called a panel clip. Link to source for panel clip.

 
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