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Gladiator GearTrack® 4' Long x 6" Tall Heavy-Duty Channel

Item# 00959441000P | Model# GAWC041PZY | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Gladiator GearTrack® 4' Long x 6" Tall Heavy-Duty Channel
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4' Long x 6'' Tall Heavy-Duty Channel Keeps Your Gear Within Easy Reach Quickly customize your garage and store more gear with the heavy-duty, patented Gladiator GearTrack Heavy-Duty Channel. When floor space is limited, mount your Gladiator GearBoxes, hand tools and accessories straight to the wall at eye-level and get the clutter off the ground. These weight-bearing channels are built to withstand the extreme heat, cold and humidity common in many garage environments. The 4 ft. long x 6 in. tall heavy-duty channel can be easily attached to wood studs, drywall over wood studs or masonry walls. Once installed, you'll have increased wall storage capacity and flexibility to hang heavy items, such as loaded cabinets and bikes. They have a rated weight capacity of 75 lbs. per linear foot and keep wall components firmly in place until they're ready to be moved. They can also be used with all Gladiator wall accessories, Wall GearBoxes and GearBox cabinets.

  • Gladiator GearTrack Heavy-Duty Channel has a heavy-duty, patented design
  • Double channel design keeps wall components and heavy gears locked in place until they are ready to be moved
  • Designed to reclaim the floor and maximize storage capacity and flexibility
  • Installs on bare wood studs or drywall over wood studs. May also may be fitted onto masonry walls
  • Screw track provides a guide for starting screws and prevents "walking". No pre-drilling needed
  • Rated weight capacity: 75 lbs. per linear foot
  • Compatible
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By Skipy
April 19th, 2009
Pretty darn good if you need them

I was not sure I wanted to buy these. Why not just put up some 1x wood that can be painted to match the wall. Well I bought a wall cabinet and was told they were on sale. So I figured for the cabinet I would buy a couple tracks. I got 4 in total. I used two to hang that cabinet, one to hang a ladder, and one to hang all my wife's garden tools. After that I was hooked (pun intended). I now have about 10 on the wall and another 16 in boxes waiting to go up. I have not finished redoing my work area in the garage and these items are the last few to go up. I agree that if they would reduce the price on the PANELS they would be much easier to use and install. But the PANELS cost more then double. Not to mention the 20% off and buy 3 get 1 free deal I got on these. I have a number of the wire hangers to use on these but I am thinking a lot of the smaller ones are a waste. The larger items to hold shovels, brooms, and ladders work great. The individual wrench holder seems a bit silly if you have the 5 drawer cabinet. All in all they are easy to install (drill your own holes) with a stud finder. Easy to use when using Gladiator wire hangers. And they hold a good deal of weight as my wall cabinet is nearly full plus stuff on top and it is not coming off the wall. All in all I love Gladiator items but do not over tighten the bolts as they are cheap and break easily!!!

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By aluser
December 2nd, 2016
Beware if you only need one 4 foot span/piece

The instructions say to place wall mounting screws (not included) in studs at least 3/8" and not more than 8" from the end of the span to avoid risk of serious injury or property damage. The piece is exactly 48" long. Since studs are usually either 16" or 24" OC, this means you can only properly attach wall mount screws on one end or the other, leaving the other end unsafe per the warning contained in the instructions. These pieces should be at least 49" long to allow placement of wall mount screws near both ends. One possible workaround might be to use the pieces Sears sells to join two spans together. However, I'm not sure those are designed to support much weight (e.g., if you are going to hang two wall cabinets on one span). Plus, they are only sold in a package of four for about $10. You would only need two - one for each end. So, that effectively doubles your cost to use a single span.

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I order four of the gladiator rails. I was delivered one gladiator rail and three carftsman rails. The gladiator hooks I have do not for the craftsmen rails. Do not buy! Would give zero stars if it was an option.

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Great addition to Gladiator wall cabinets


These Gear Tracks are the easiest, and most cost effective way of hanging gladiator wall cabinets. They also allow use of the bottom grove to hang accessories. You just use the top grove of the bottom rail for the cabinets. In this manner you can hang hooks, etc. from the bottom grove to make the Gear Track even more versatile.

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great product


easy to install, nice looking way to organize

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