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35-43 inch lbs. per Lid Support
35-43 inch lbs. per Lid Support Item #: 33027
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Special Price $39.99 Regular Price $49.99
Pair
86-96 inch lbs. per Lid Support
86-96 inch lbs. per Lid Support Item #: 33043
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Special Price $39.99 Regular Price $49.99
Pair

Self Balancing Lid Support-Select" lbs. weight you need

Item #
GRP412_1
Rating:
100% of 100

An adjustable spring loaded support holds lids in open position. Surface mounts only 4-1/2" from back of the cabinet. Statuary bronze finish. (Lid weight times front to back size) divided by 2 equals" pounds range.

(1) Pair of Self Balancing Lid Supports
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Fantastic for a lid.
Used lid support on my hope chest I built. Worked great. Very easy to install.
July 8, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Work Great !!
I have been using these for years.. They have always done a great job for me.. If you want a balanced or stay open lid, this will do it.
March 2, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great Product
I have a cedar chest with a very heavy lid. Bought a pair of these lid supports. Works perfectly.
February 4, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Excellent
I was needing a good replacement lid support for a large window box my late father built. It was perfect!!!
October 23, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
I have used these in my last 9 or 10 cedar chests and toy boxes .
Easy to install and they raise up to a full 90 degree. My customers are all happy.
worth the money . I just don't know why there not listed in the Rockler catalog.
Gary
April 30, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
This lid support works perfectly on...
This lid support works perfectly on my firewood storage box. I needed a support that didn't take up a lot of room and interfer with the firewood in the box. The lid was hinged on the top of the box with some rustic trunck hinges so it made the pivot point unusual and not compatible with all types of supports. I'm very pleased with how this cam out. Opening and closing the lid is very smooth and sturdy with these supports. I'm using the Medium Heavy version #33043 with this 27" x 18" x 3/4" box top.
April 3, 2011
I have used this lid support...
I have used this lid support on several chests I have made. They work very well.
June 27, 2009
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For my company we found these the most affordable to do the job. And work much better than others we tried
Gary Z on Aug 15, 2018
ordered before and they work so needed more.
JOHN Y on Jun 21, 2017
For my company we found these the most affordable to do the job. And work much better than others we tried
Gary Z on Aug 15, 2018
it had the weight listed and price was reasonable .
Christopher D on Dec 3, 2017
ordered before and they work so needed more.
JOHN Y on Jun 21, 2017
Need to hold a solid cherry wood lid in open position for kitchen storage.
Mark O on Jan 22, 2017
I need strong lid supports to hold up a heavy trunk lid. The reviews look good.
Leigh R on Dec 16, 2016
I have been using these for years on solid oak toy chest lids .
JERRY T on Feb 9, 2016
For a window seat I made and I am hoping they work so my grandson doesn't have the lid slam down on his fingers
Blair R on Dec 13, 2015
For child safety
Ken A on Nov 24, 2015
Because the mounting bracket fit my support board I installed for my toy box lid.
David P on Oct 6, 2015
Child safety
Harry C on Aug 23, 2015
Based on the site recommendation for lid weight capability.
Kevin W, S on Aug 6, 2015
I am building a toybox for my little girl and wanted to ensure the lid do not hurt her. I read reviews and this product was suggested by many. Although this product is expensive (including shipping) they will be worth it if they serve my intended purpose.
Bret P on Aug 4, 2015
The other lid supports that I purchase did not function properly after about 1 year of use.
John W on Aug 3, 2015
WAS WHAT I NEEDED FOR MY PROJECT
Loretta B on Apr 23, 2015
it had the weight listed and price was reasonable .
Christopher D on Dec 3, 2017
Need to hold a solid cherry wood lid in open position for kitchen storage.
Mark O on Jan 22, 2017
can I use this on a overlay door for doors that open up from a cabinet ?
Randy T on Dec 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: it should work, just be sure to check inch lbs of door for right hinge
I have a storage toy chest 4ft x 2ft made of 3/4 inch plywood. Which of the self balancing lid supports do i need to order? Not sure what 86-96 in. Lds means.
Trish on Sep 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have used many of these in the past . They come 2 to a package Left and right side ,For the size lid you have you may only need one. ( as I have found in the past )
These are well worth the price . The have a 90 degree opening as to most other kind that only have a 45 to 75 degree opening
hope this helps .
skipper41
I have made a chest and the lid needs 300 lbs/inch, it needs to be slow closing for little finger protection. Does anyone have any ideas?
Dan J on Apr 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You might consider http://www.rockler.com/box-lid-supports-back-mount
Have a floor mounted door to my basement. It us a 3/4 inch 3 foot by 5 foot piece of plywood. Can these be used to assist in lifting it, holding it open and then softly close the door without slamming. Total weight about 40 to 50 pounds. Thanks
Peter B on Feb 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: #33043 would do best. If the door is hinged on the 3 ft edge, that puts a lot of force on the hinge. I think they would help a lot but you may have to help lower to stop slamming. I used mine on a toy box lid and with them loosened all the way I have to push the lid down a little. Tightened all the way it is extremely difficult to close the lid. Hope this helps some.
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