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#1 posted 08-16-2012 09:00 PM

Aesthetics aside, I am a fan if it can withstand later forces well enough. I would use them for adjustable shelves, without shelf pins, by putting in some runners into the wall and you can slide these up and down the runners and lock them in place (if they can handle the lateral force). Even if it is industrial/modern looking, it is nicer than many of the adjustable solutions I have seen and used.

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