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Raxxess Sliding Single Space Rack Shelf
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This sliding shelf supports up to 100 pounds with a 100% safety factor if properly secured! 14-gauge steel construction, finished in black baked enam...Click To Read More About This Product
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Perfect for adding non-rackmountable gear to your rack.
This sliding shelf supports up to 100 pounds with a 100% safety factor if properly secured! 14-gauge steel construction, finished in black baked enamel. Heavy-duty ball bearing sliders extend a full 14" for a usable surface area of 16"W x 16"D. Sliders have a positive lockout mechanism that locks the shelf in the extended position. Rear rack rail included.
Supports up to 100 pounds with 100% security when properly installed
14-gauge steel construction
Heavy-duty ball bearing sliders
Usable surface area of 16"W x 16"D
Positive lockout mechanism locks shelf in
Black baked enamel finish
Rear rack rail included
A simple solution to your rackmounting dilemma. Call or click to order now!
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Does Not Lock When Closed
- Limited Functions
- Rackounting Effect Pedals
Comments about Raxxess Sliding Single Space Rack Shelf:
Arrived on my doorstep with one of the rear rack ears bent. It looks like it was a shipping issue, but somebody should look into the packaging of this product to make sure it is sufficient for shipping all the way across the US.
Overall, this seems like a well-built piece of gear. Per usual...only time will tell for sure, though. It's a bit tricky to mount the rear rack supports, but I suspect that most sliding rack shelves share this issue.
My only major gripe is that this shelf does not lock in the "closed" position. When you move the rack around, the shelf will extend and ram the inside of your rack case. There are some work arounds for this problem, though, such as installing a small piece of steel in one of the front rack rails to prevent the rack from opening.