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FastTrack® Rails

  

FastTrack® is an adjustable, easy to install shelving system with superior strength. The all steel rail and upright system is completely adjustable to help you build a durable solution to match your specific storage needs. Various shelving depths are available from 12”-20” deep to help you maximize your storage space. FastTrack is ideal for pantries, laundry rooms, linen closets and utility rooms and gives you the safe, sturdy storage space you need to organize things like heavy food items, totes, laundry soap and more. FastTrack® Rails are the key to an easy to install system. Install the rails, then hang uprights, add brackets and shelves to complete your closet shelving system.

  • Rails screw securely into wall studs using the installation hardware sold separately within the FastTrack Hardware Pack.
  • Position uprights at a maximum 36� apart; 24� apart is recommended and can be installed directly into studs or by using anchors included within the Hardware Pack.
  • Adjust shelf heights at any point during or after project completion
  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Available in 40� and 80� rail lengths
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40
40" FastTrack Rail : (#3Q70)
 
 
Available Colors
White
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80
80" FastTrack Rail : (#3Q71)
 
 
Available Colors
White
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FastTrack® Rails is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great System, Easy to Use I am a middle aged woman who has installed three large closet organizers using the FastTrack system by myself with zero instructions. I am not a carpenter and don’t even know the names of most tools. And I love this system and found it to be the easiest closet organizing system I have ever used. Tools used: an electric screwdriver, stud finder, level, cheap hacksaw to trim a metal rail.
Date published: 2019-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Reviews scare me I just recently moved into my home. The previous owner left an 80" rail but nothing with it. After reading all of these reviews I'm going to take it down and replace it with one from a different manufacturer.
Date published: 2019-04-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lots of design challenges On any given section of wall, studs may be on 17" centers or not. Running the horizontal rail at the top of the wall can be done, but difficult to drill holes there (powered drills a too bulky to get in easily). Ideally, lag screws would be a better solution since easier to drive in without stripping in limited space. Since there are zero instructions, other than the back of the parts package, I'm not sure a #10 or # 12 2+ inch phillips head is the best solution for the vertical uprights. Hillman makes Deck Plus #10 x 3" white star drive screw which seems like a better solution (the upright is 1" thick & wallboard is 1/2" so not much 0f a 2 1/4" screw left to go into wood). Fitting the shelving into the supports is awkward or difficult. Rubbermaid makes a video on YouTube. It needs a fresh design solution.
Date published: 2019-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Extraordinarily Poor Documentation I used the Rubbermaid closet designer, so I'm not buying a kit, I'm buying pieces unique to the design I want. There are absolutely no instructions that I can find about how set up the rails or uprights. The only online instructions I can find tell you how fit the shelves into the brackets. There are some tips on each product descriptions but that hardly constitutes the detailed instructions the closet designer told me I'd find on your website - it didn't tell me where I'd them, tho. Add insult to injury, the closet designer tells you how space the height of the shelves, but not how far the apart to set the uprights. I have a 92" closet and it recommended I buy an 80" and 40" rail. Do I cut one of the rails down to fit or overlap them? Is there a recommendation on how to piece two lengths together? So many questions, not a single answer to found on your website. The answers might be there, but they're not easily found.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Product Some of these reviews are laughable. Their are no instructions. Their are no 60” tracks. The screws just spin in the wall. I guess it’s because of people like yourselves that handyman jobs exist. Hahaha 1. It’s a rail track shelving system. Not exactly worthy of a PhD requires to mount. 2. They can’t make track system in every inch from 10” to 100”. It’s called get the amount of pieces required and trim what’s not needed with a metal blade mounted on a miter saw. Or their are other ways to cut it. 3. How is it Rubbermaid’s fault you failed to find a stud to screw into? That’s like complaining to Ford because your car ran out of gas! I bought this system last week and was easy to mount and customize it for my pantry. Looks sharp and love the narrow shelves for increased weight capacity. Very sturdy (especially since I mounted it to wall studs). I can easily recommend this to anyone. Yes, you may need some fairly cheap special tools such as a stud finder, drill, etc. Miter saws can be expensive but I believe Lowe’s and Home Depot both have ability to trim these to length you tell them if you ask.
Date published: 2018-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No Instructions Fast Track Rail 80": I spent so much time to find the instructions, but there is none on the website and none in the store.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DISAPPOINTED!! AGGRAVATED!! A pretty and seemingly well made. Made a plan for closet. Many trips to Lowes as I was building in stages so I would have all measurements correct. My first stage began with the back wall @ 74" problem....after several trips and phone calls there is not a 60" rail. 80" too long, 40" too short. Where is your 60" rail!!!! I have wasted two day with trips to different Lowes locations, phone calls, internet seeking a 60" rail. So, one Lowes suggested I cut the 80" to make it fit my 74" wall. So now able to utilize your 80" rail @ $23 plus tax...plus, bought a Dremel Saw-Max $129 (that I will probably never use again)..... ONLY because you do not make a 60" rail and I had already purchased a lot of parts for my project (over $600 worth so far) not thru as I have one more stage to purchase. Too much to take back...to far into project to switch to Elfa or Closetmaid.....neither of their rails are compatible with Rubbermaid.....I should be through with this project....But for your not having a 60" rail SO MUCH TIME AND MONEY WASTED!!!!!!
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No assembly instructions! Thought I would give this another chance by looking at the assembly instructions online to see what I might have missed. There are none for the rail system. Got one fastener in, maybe two, this time. All the others just spin. I feel these packaged parts are way overpriced compared with buying the equivalent parts individually.
Date published: 2017-01-03
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FastTrack® Rails is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great System, Easy to Use I am a middle aged woman who has installed three large closet organizers using the FastTrack system by myself with zero instructions. I am not a carpenter and don’t even know the names of most tools. And I love this system and found it to be the easiest closet organizing system I have ever used. Tools used: an electric screwdriver, stud finder, level, cheap hacksaw to trim a metal rail.
Date published: 2019-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Reviews scare me I just recently moved into my home. The previous owner left an 80" rail but nothing with it. After reading all of these reviews I'm going to take it down and replace it with one from a different manufacturer.
Date published: 2019-04-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lots of design challenges On any given section of wall, studs may be on 17" centers or not. Running the horizontal rail at the top of the wall can be done, but difficult to drill holes there (powered drills a too bulky to get in easily). Ideally, lag screws would be a better solution since easier to drive in without stripping in limited space. Since there are zero instructions, other than the back of the parts package, I'm not sure a #10 or # 12 2+ inch phillips head is the best solution for the vertical uprights. Hillman makes Deck Plus #10 x 3" white star drive screw which seems like a better solution (the upright is 1" thick & wallboard is 1/2" so not much 0f a 2 1/4" screw left to go into wood). Fitting the shelving into the supports is awkward or difficult. Rubbermaid makes a video on YouTube. It needs a fresh design solution.
Date published: 2019-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Extraordinarily Poor Documentation I used the Rubbermaid closet designer, so I'm not buying a kit, I'm buying pieces unique to the design I want. There are absolutely no instructions that I can find about how set up the rails or uprights. The only online instructions I can find tell you how fit the shelves into the brackets. There are some tips on each product descriptions but that hardly constitutes the detailed instructions the closet designer told me I'd find on your website - it didn't tell me where I'd them, tho. Add insult to injury, the closet designer tells you how space the height of the shelves, but not how far the apart to set the uprights. I have a 92" closet and it recommended I buy an 80" and 40" rail. Do I cut one of the rails down to fit or overlap them? Is there a recommendation on how to piece two lengths together? So many questions, not a single answer to found on your website. The answers might be there, but they're not easily found.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Product Some of these reviews are laughable. Their are no instructions. Their are no 60” tracks. The screws just spin in the wall. I guess it’s because of people like yourselves that handyman jobs exist. Hahaha 1. It’s a rail track shelving system. Not exactly worthy of a PhD requires to mount. 2. They can’t make track system in every inch from 10” to 100”. It’s called get the amount of pieces required and trim what’s not needed with a metal blade mounted on a miter saw. Or their are other ways to cut it. 3. How is it Rubbermaid’s fault you failed to find a stud to screw into? That’s like complaining to Ford because your car ran out of gas! I bought this system last week and was easy to mount and customize it for my pantry. Looks sharp and love the narrow shelves for increased weight capacity. Very sturdy (especially since I mounted it to wall studs). I can easily recommend this to anyone. Yes, you may need some fairly cheap special tools such as a stud finder, drill, etc. Miter saws can be expensive but I believe Lowe’s and Home Depot both have ability to trim these to length you tell them if you ask.
Date published: 2018-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No Instructions Fast Track Rail 80": I spent so much time to find the instructions, but there is none on the website and none in the store.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DISAPPOINTED!! AGGRAVATED!! A pretty and seemingly well made. Made a plan for closet. Many trips to Lowes as I was building in stages so I would have all measurements correct. My first stage began with the back wall @ 74" problem....after several trips and phone calls there is not a 60" rail. 80" too long, 40" too short. Where is your 60" rail!!!! I have wasted two day with trips to different Lowes locations, phone calls, internet seeking a 60" rail. So, one Lowes suggested I cut the 80" to make it fit my 74" wall. So now able to utilize your 80" rail @ $23 plus tax...plus, bought a Dremel Saw-Max $129 (that I will probably never use again)..... ONLY because you do not make a 60" rail and I had already purchased a lot of parts for my project (over $600 worth so far) not thru as I have one more stage to purchase. Too much to take back...to far into project to switch to Elfa or Closetmaid.....neither of their rails are compatible with Rubbermaid.....I should be through with this project....But for your not having a 60" rail SO MUCH TIME AND MONEY WASTED!!!!!!
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No assembly instructions! Thought I would give this another chance by looking at the assembly instructions online to see what I might have missed. There are none for the rail system. Got one fastener in, maybe two, this time. All the others just spin. I feel these packaged parts are way overpriced compared with buying the equivalent parts individually.
Date published: 2017-01-03
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