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# 141149 2-Mar-2014 22:09
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I have been given an old rack by a friend who has moved to Aussie. It is now located in my shed.

It only has 2 shelves for it. I need more shelves.

Here is a picture of the rack.



The shelf is 462mm wide, and the screw spacing on the vertical rails is 265mm

It looks like I could move the verticles to another hole position but that is much deeper than I need so would rather get some shelves to fit.

Does anyone know where I could get some shelves to fit? I trademe'd some rack shelves but they are deeper than those 2 verticles are and seem a little wider too.




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  # 997889 3-Mar-2014 00:08
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Ideal / Dynamix sell an expanding shelf. Can you show us closer photos?




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  # 997894 3-Mar-2014 00:58
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Not till tomorrow because I am now inside the house, do they go all the way from the front to the back pillars of the rack or use the 2 inside rails?




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  # 1001678 9-Mar-2014 13:30
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Looks like a 600x600 cabinet? Anyway you just need to get a standard 19" cantilevered shelf, also available from dynamics. Some of them only take 1u.




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I have a coupe of cantilevers that I have used in the past but the back always sags down and then things fall off them if not tied down. Its to put external drives on so I really dont want any falling happening.




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  # 1001776 9-Mar-2014 17:12
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richms: I have a coupe of cantilevers that I have used in the past but the back always sags down and then things fall off them if not tied down. Its to put external drives on so I really dont want any falling happening.


They must have been rubbish. Dynamix cantilever shelves are good as gold. They are good enough for the ministry of education to put external drives on in every school in the country

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