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Box Lid Supports, Left-Mount

A left-mounted lid support in your choice of three load ratings for slow, controlled descent of your chest lid or box lid.
Item #
GRP410_2
Grouped product items
Product Price Qty
Left Side mount, 35-40 Inch-lbs., Lid Support
Left Side mount, 35-40 Inch-lbs., Lid Support Item #26187
In stock
$10.99 Each
Left side mount, 45-55 Inch-lbs., Lid Support
Left side mount, 45-55 Inch-lbs., Lid Support Item #26195
In stock
$10.99 Each
Left side mount, 95-125 Inch-lbs., Lid Support
Left side mount, 95-125 Inch-lbs., Lid Support Item #26203
In stock
$11.99 Each

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Lid supports help prevent chest lids from accidentally slamming shut on fingers. These feature a sturdy spring in your choice of three different load ratings, allowing you to achieve slow, gentle closure. They also act as a lid stay, keeping the lid in the open position at 85°. All load ratings are available in left-side, right-side and center-mount configurations. This means you can install 3, or even more, depending on the size and design of your chest or trunk. Sleek black finish.

Calculating the Number and Rating of Lid Supports
Use the following formula to determine the optimal number and rating of lid supports:
Lid width (front to back) x lid weight in pounds / 2 = Inch-lbs. of support required.

Example: Using an 18'' wide lid weighing 12 lbs: (18 x 12)/2 = 108. Therefore, either two 45-55 or one 95-125 Inch-lbs support would be an appropriate choice.

Note: These lid supports are designed for boxes made from material that is at least 3/4'' thick.

(1) Left-Mount Box Lid Support
(1) Pack of 5/8'' mounting screws

More Information
Weight 1.000000
Tech Spec
  • Lid Opening Angle: 85°
  • Required Thickness of Box Material: 3/4''
  • Finish: Black
  • Included Hardware: 5/8" x #5 mounting screws
  • Mounting Location: Left side

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