Rubbermaid FastTrack Power Tool Hook

The product is Power Tool Holder. Easy to use. The product is manufactured in China.Store just about any power tool plus two accessories with this wall-mount tool holder from Rubbermaid. The unit mounts easily to wall studs or to the Rubbermaid FastTrack rail system (sold separately on along with a full line of FastTrack storage system components). Designed to hold up to 50 pounds, the hook is equipped with a cast aluminum gripper that snaps tightly into the FastTrack rail system for that mounting application. The hook is protected with a soft coating that won’t scratch the tools. And, it folds up against the wall when not in use. A satin nickel powder-coated finish won’t rust, chip or crack for years of reliable storage. –Brian D. Olson

Product Features

  • The product is Power Tool Holder
  • Easy to use
  • The product is manufactured in China

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2 Responses to Rubbermaid FastTrack Power Tool Hook

  1. Anonymous says:

    Great Trimmer/Edger Bracket – Don’t need to use the track system if you don’t want to. I had tried some other brackets to hold my Husq 322L trimmer/edger but they didn’t fit around the motor mount very well and left the unit in a precarious position. I returned them and ordered this one after reading another review here that stated that they didn’t use the track system and just mounted the bracket directly.I had to pack some scrap wood behind the top where the track would normally go, but once that was done i was able to use the 2 screw holes to mount the bracket to…

  2. Anonymous says:

    My garage is like a whole new garage! So I couldn’t seem to write a review for the whole system overall, but here goes…I decided to redo much of my garage storage and organization. I had a few things hanging on the wall here and there, a bunch of stuff piled up in the corner, some stuff on shelves that really could’ve been hung up, etc. The main tool used for the reorganization was the Rubbermaid fasttrack system. It ended up being a bit more expensive than I thought overall, but mainly because I kept thinking of additional…