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These rack rails must have some QC issues because about half of the holes would either require a large amount of torque to get the screws to go in, or the screws would jam and start to strip. I would say it was the screws' fault, but the other half of the holes seemed to take the screws easily or with only moderate torque. Another problem I noticed is that they don't seem to be angled quite at 90 degrees as the screws seemed to go in slightly off axis.
These things are great. I deal with normal AV racks at work and needed something simple for a few pieces of gear at my place, the price was super competitive and I was worried about potential quality issues, but I have to say that they exceeded all expectations and I will definitely keep these in mind for future use. My advice to others thinking about buying these is to make sure you have something sturdy on the bottom. I have a 1U ups on mine with a 2U shelf with an Xbox above it on the bottom and that seems to be sturdy enough to support the rest of my equipment. A UPS or Amplifier should do the trick. The only thing I can think could be added is some rubber covers for the base so that it doesn't scratch whatever it is sitting on. If my receiver ever comes in and allows me to finish making the rack presentable I will try to remember to attach a picture to this review
For the budget conscious rack builder, this is probably what you want, but I’m a nitpicker and knocked off one star because the bend is not 90°. My best guess is they didn’t account for spring back during bending. It’s not enough to negatively alter functionality, but decided to switch to vertical cage nut rails (more expensive, another brand).
The threaded holes on this product are not drilled to the correct size to fit a 10-32 screw as it is advertised. You will not be able to use the industry standard screw to install any rack unit gear or accessory. It is essentially a useless product for the way it is being sold.
Make sure that you check before installing this in your custom cabinet build, Otherwise you might have to go back and refurnish your rack again!