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That Metroplex is insane!:love .

 

 

 

You can easily find shelving and brackets at any hardware store. Here's a pic of my closet from years back when I took everything off. Notice the brackets.

 

 

 

 

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I did that once and what always ended up happening was the shelves sagging in the middle. The Walmart/Target/Kmart Bookshelves do that too. I tried distributing the weight to see if it helps and it didn't

 

I like these but the prices are nuts:

http://www.displays2go.com/Product.aspx?ID=17316

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That Metroplex is insane!:love .

 

 

 

You can easily find shelving and brackets at any hardware store. Here's a pic of my closet from years back when I took everything off. Notice the brackets.

 

 

 

 

010.jpg

I did that once and what always ended up happening was the shelves sagging in the middle. The Walmart/Target/Kmart Bookshelves do that too. I tried distributing the weight to see if it helps and it didn't

 

I like these but the prices are nuts:

http://www.displays2go.com/Product.aspx?ID=17316

Just put a bracket in the middle of each shelf. I have the same/similar shelves in my "transformers" room and I have three brackets per shelf. It has never shown any signs of sagging or bending.

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That Metroplex is insane!:love .

 

 

 

You can easily find shelving and brackets at any hardware store. Here's a pic of my closet from years back when I took everything off. Notice the brackets.

 

 

 

 

010.jpg

I did that once and what always ended up happening was the shelves sagging in the middle. The Walmart/Target/Kmart Bookshelves do that too. I tried distributing the weight to see if it helps and it didn't

 

I like these but the prices are nuts:

http://www.displays2go.com/Product.aspx?ID=17316

Just put a bracket in the middle of each shelf. I have the same/similar shelves in my "transformers" room and I have three brackets per shelf. It has never shown any signs of sagging or bending.

I tried that too I think it may have been the compressed wood junk I used. I may try actual wood next time. That and it gets hot in Texas.

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That Metroplex is insane!:love .

 

 

 

You can easily find shelving and brackets at any hardware store. Here's a pic of my closet from years back when I took everything off. Notice the brackets.

 

 

 

 

010.jpg

I did that once and what always ended up happening was the shelves sagging in the middle. The Walmart/Target/Kmart Bookshelves do that too. I tried distributing the weight to see if it helps and it didn't

 

I like these but the prices are nuts:

http://www.displays2go.com/Product.aspx?ID=17316

Just put a bracket in the middle of each shelf. I have the same/similar shelves in my "transformers" room and I have three brackets per shelf. It has never shown any signs of sagging or bending.

I tried that too I think it may have been the compressed wood junk I used. I may try actual wood next time. That and it gets hot in Texas.

Trust me, I live in Florida....it get's to here too!

 

Yeah, now that I think of it and after taking a quick peak, I used real wood boards. Good luck.

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For wall shelves I sure wouldn't mind finding a lead on some good cheap floating shelves. Targets are expensive, but I found an online return on clearance for $8. It was a pretty large one too. Getting ready for some renovations so I haven't found a home for it yet, but if I could get a bunch more like this one that would be killer!

 

If you haven't seen these, you mount a bracket to the wall with 2 bars that stick out and the shelf slides onto the bars and get locked down by screws under the shelf. You don't see any mounting bracket once it's done but it's very secure.

 

After a little work that's gonna take awhile I plan to lay out my whole collection. Most of it is in storage right now, I just keep cycling stuff in and out due to the limited space. However, I always have hope that I'll eventually have space to display it all.

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