These shelves set up in less than three minutes and hang from the channel in the back of my Sunseeker canopy. They provide some nice extra horizontal surfaces under the canopy.
Thanks - are the "speed clips" part of the bracket support? Or a separate item? I couldn't tell from the photos. My brackets are the ones that came with the wire shelves. The shelves snap into the brackets very tightly - it actually takes a pretty hard push to get them back out.Looks good.
Rubbermaid makes the supports that clip over top of the shelving to prevent it from flipping side to side or forward. Might be worth getting them?
jscherb convinced me to post up some of my designs here. Stay tuned for more to come!Hi Matt, looks good. Didn't know you were on over here.
jscherb convinced me to post up some of my designs here. Stay tuned for more to come!
PS - I tried to change my user name so it matches on every forum, but it doesn't look like that is an option. So I guess I have to stick with BostonJKU here.
Who would i contact to try and change just my username? Id still of course want to keep all my history, posts, threads, etc.. Thanks
Just submitted my request. Thanks for the link! I really appreciate the help.
The OFFICIAL Username Change Thread
Good question - the beautiful thing about this design is that the rails are NOT secured at the bottom. There is a small rubber bumper that braces the rail against the side of the Jeep. Even when driving on rough trails, the rails stay firm against the side of the Jeep and do not swing or slide. The tension on the nut at the top of the rail where it is mounted into the canopy channel also helps. When at camp, the shelves snap in tightly and hold the rails very rigid. In fact, when this shelving system is installed in a closet, the rails simply hang down and are not secured at the bottom.How are the rails secured at the bottom?