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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product with a design flaw Overall, I like the FastTrack system. I installed it in my garage last week and it neatly holds laundry items and various tools. However, the rail is flawed - it should have been 49.5" long instead of 48". Following the instructions, I got the edges of the rail lined up with the centers of the studs. But that means the rail holes are at the edges of the studs, and even the tiniest error means your screws will miss the studs. That's a poor design choice on Rubbermaid's part. Why not make the product safer by slightly increasing the rail length, so the holes would neatly line up with the centers of the four studs?
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 48" rail not engineered correctly As others have mentioned the rail is 48" long, but the hole to hole (1st to last) dimension is 47.5". Now how are you supposed to hit the CENTER of four (16" on center) studs per the hardware kit instructions? The simple math doesn't work. Put another way, if your wall has more than 1/4" error over 4ft in stud spacing, you'll miss the last stud. All you need to do is add 1" to the rail, Rubbermaid, and hire an new product designer. Anyway, once up (slightly angled screws on first and last stud) the rail system works well. I like the product alot even though the design has an obvious flaw.
Date published: 2012-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great features, Concerns with Mounting Purchased a 48" rail and various accessories with the intent to replace an old style organizer. Biggest issue is the hole spacing on the bar. The studs in my garage are 16" on center and the overall length of the bar is not an issue, but the pre-drilled mounting holes would either line up at the edge or a stud or totally miss it. Placing the screws on the far edge of a stud risks splitting. In order to mount with the screws in the middle third of a stud, I had to align and attach to only three studs. I could have opted to attach a block to the one stud and attached the remaining mounting holes to block.... Great concept...could use a tweak on hole spacing
Date published: 2015-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Basic design failure I echo the criticism of the 48 ins rail which should be 50 ins to accommodate 16 inch studs. This has been a routine observation and yet there has been no attempt to either correct the situation or comment on the problem by Rubbermaid in the instructions so people like me don't waste time trying to figure out how to hit 4 studs. Angling the screws is a ridiculous solution!!
Date published: 2016-10-08
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