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Bed Rail Hooks

Item #: 38606
$14.29
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Overview

Set comes complete with four hook plates and 16 pins for holding them in place. Use two plates on each end to make a sturdy bed frame. Just create slots in the head- and foot-boards to receive the hooks.

Note: We suggest these hooks be used for replacement only, not used on new construction.

Tech Spec

Brand Rockler
Weight (lbs) 0.9900
Hardware Type Bed Rail Brackets

Technical Details:

  • Hooks are made for pins which are 2" on center.
  • They require a 3/32" kerf which is 3 - 1/2" high X 1 - 1/8" deep on the bed rail. For the bed post the kerf should be 3/32" and 5" high X 1 - 3/8" deep.
  • The mounting holes for pins are 19/64" in diameter.
  • 16 pins are included.

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Customer Reviews

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Excellent workmanship.

Wanda B from Marion, IL Posted March 12, 2011
Excellent workmanship.

I was very pleased with the...

Mark B from Tulsa, OK Posted January 23, 2011
I was very pleased with the quality of this hardware and the ease in which it took to install it. My 12 year old son was extremely pleased that he could put to use the head and tail board of the bed that was once his Mother's when she was a young child.

I purchased a head and footboard...

Michael S. D from Austin, TX Posted January 23, 2011
I purchased a head and footboard set at a furniture company's going-out-of-business liquidation for such a pittance that it was worth buying them even though the bedrails were unavailable.These hooks were the exact hook I needed to re-create the bed rails. It was a pleasure to find them readily available and remarkably affordable.As to the question of the mortises posted by Curt, I addressed this and my slat support by building the bedrails from two pieces of 1x lumber. The first is the outside of the bedrail and thus the proper width for the rail. The second is the slat support and is thus narrower than the outer rail. You can mortise one or the other of the two boards just as you would mortise for a hinge. You can either drill both boards for from the inside for pegs or you can drill all the way through and use 5/16" carriage bolts. The two boards are laminated together glue and wood screws to create the full rail.Rather than going with the square mortise sketched on the included instructions, I put the hook in the head board slot and used a nail to scrape a line showing the depth of insertion. I then used that line to position and trace the back of the hook on the bedrails. I mortised to that.

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