The Gregory Tradition


WEB Wall End Bracket Supports front shelf rail ends at wall abutments
BC Back Clip Supports rear shelf rail where attached to wall if modified, supports rear shelf rail of shoe rack
EC End Cap Conceals the cut ends of shelf rails
GREC Garment Rail End Cap Conceals the cut ends of garment rails
GRH Garment Rail Hangers Connects garment rail to front shelf rail
KSB Kwik Shelf Bracket Hardwood self-leveling shelf support
KEB Kwik End Bracket Hardwood shelf rail support at wall
KCS Kwik Corner Support Hardwood support for back shelf rail at corners

Recommended for Professional Installers:

  • Modified wire shelving installation template (See Modification Instructions)
  • Battery powered hand-held screw guns (2): 1.) drill holes 2.) driving screws
  • 1/8”, 3/16” and 1/4” drill bits
  • #2 Phillips type bits with magnetic driver (#2 Square type optional)
  • Extra rechargeable battery for each screw gun
  • 25’ long steel tape measure
  • Carpenter’s levels (2): 2’ long and 4’ long (a Torpedo level in nice, too)
  • #2 Pencil
  • Compound miter saw with high quality carbide-tipped saw blade
  • Extra carbide-tipped blade
  • A circular saw may also be used with success
  • Magnetic stud finder
  • Tin snips – for clipping plastic hardware when necessary
  • Color wood putty – to remedy scuffs, scratches, etc.
  • Hot Glue gun with glue sticks – to secure loose-fitting end caps to rail ends

Recommended Screws

Screw Size, Length & Type Attachment (assumes 1/2" thick drywall)
#8 x 3” Pan Head BC to wood studs when BC are more than 16” apart
#8 x 2” Pan Head BC to wood studs when BC are spaced 16” or less apart
Shelf support and/or shoe support to wood studs
WEB to wood framing
#8 x 1-1/4” Pan
or Bugle Head
Support pole to shelf rail
#8 x 1” Pan Head GRH to front shelf rail and GRH to garment rail
BC and WEB to 1/2" drywall when no framing is present
Shelf supports and/or shoe supports to front shelf rail
#8 x 3/4” Bugle Head BC to rear shelf rail to prevent lifting