Hayrack Brackets (Pair)

Item Number: KCRB
Each bracket is 13" tall. Adjusts across top from 3-1/4" to 5-1/4" wide. Grips lumber up to 1-3/4" thick. For thinner lumber, shims can be inserted to achieve a tight fit.

Solid steel construction with black finish.

This product can only be used on wooden railings. For metal railings, please consider the Cable Tie Kit, item UCT4.
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Brackets won't fit
Apr 9, 2020 | Suzan Browning
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Our railings are 6 inches and these brackets will not fit over. Can they make a modification to the back half that is just L shaped and longer? I would be willing to pay for some sort of adapter.
Owner Response: We did speak with our supplier earlier this year regarding making modifications to the bracket so that it will fit larger railings and we do hope to have them available in the future.


Brackets Too Short!
Jan 31, 2020 | Robert Tainsh
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I purchased twelve (12) 44" Hayracks and 24 Brackets. THE BRACKETS ARE TOO SHORT!!! They need to be 1/2 inch longer to fit standard railings. Other reviewers agree but Kinsman is ignoring buyers' comments.
Owner Response: We're very sorry the brackets do not fit your railings. While we have been selling this item for many years without issue, we do understand that customers have different needs and will reach out to our supplier to see if adjustments can be made.


Not Big Enough
Apr 12, 2019 | Sara Haley
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Gary's review is spot on. My railing is 6" and these fall short. I am lucky to work around some handy guys and they drilled and threaded new holes for me. Next time these are manufactured, Kinsman please have them made to reach 6" for a standard railing! I would have just bought the hooks but I didn't want to drill into the railing. It was a win-win with some extra headache. They are well made and functional though for a no-drill option.


Hanging brackets - pros and cons
May 29, 2018 | Gary Incorvia
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First the pros. Well built, heavy duty hanging brackets for railing. The negative, the holes for the screws need to be at least 1/4 inch farther back to allow the bracket to fit over a standard 2x6. These we just a bit short. I made them work by placing a wood screw in the hole rather than the included screw. One more 1/4 inch would have done the job.


Hayrack
Apr 22, 2018 | Fred Lowman
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We have a very small rail on the back porch and we purchased the 2 foot Hayrack with brackets. It fit perfectly and I was please with the quality of both products. It will last a long time!!


hay rack brackets
May 20, 2012 | martha schaffer
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I have 2 pamela crawford 44" planters, so I have 4 brackets. The are very rusty and unsightly.


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