Special Price: $24.99
List Price: $27.72
Your Savings: $2.73
Price For Both: $208.35
With these innovative custom rackmount shelves, you can install virtually any component in a standard 19" enclosure without making any modifications. Custom-cut to provide a perfect opening for the face of the component you are mounting, each unit provides a neatly-trimmed installation with a perfect fit and no gaps. With a choice of over 8,000 standard measurements to suit different units, we're sure to have what you need.*
These rackmount shelves assemble easily in minutes; rear brackets are included to prevent the mounted component from sliding back, while a ventilated bottom promotes cooling. Depending upon your needs, the units can be ordered with a black textured finish (#87604S), a brushed silver-anodized finish (#87604C), or a brushed black-anodized finish (#87604A).
Custom rackmount shelves to fit larger components (6 or more rack units) are available; order #87604S6 for the black powder-coat finish, #87604C6 for the brushed silver finish, or #87604A6 for the brushed black-anodized finish.
1) Find your component in the Custom Rackmount Shelf Database.*
2) Select the finish (Brushed Silver Anodized, Black Textured, or Brushed Black Anodized) that you prefer.
3) Call Smarthome Customer Service at 800-SMARTHOME (800-762-7846) and let your customer service rep know which model you need.
*If you don't find your component listed in the database, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your component's Make, Model, and the dimensions described in the "Custom Measurement Guidelines" diagram above, and we'll quote you a price.
NOTE: Because each rack is made to order, cancellations and returns cannot be accepted. Shelves for McIntosh audio components are an additional $20 (for a special bracket they need).
- Review of 87604a Review by ROBERT
Review of 87604a
Middle Atlantic is the best!
Posted on 10/12/2005
- Review of 87604a Review by Don F
Review of 87604a
very well made. Sure made my rack look professional! I bought the clamping version and feel that is a better way to go even in my home installation.
Posted on 6/7/2005
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