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Deluxe Slide Belt Rack

Offering easy to reach storage for your belt, the Deluxe Belt Rack complements our other Deluxe Accessories for storage of ties, scarves, and more. It stores against a closet panel and then slides out when needed from behind clothes on full-extension, ball-bearing, steel slides.

See your collection of belts on this elegant rack featuring 7 hooks on a steel frame. It is available for 14" or greater depth panels in several luxurious finishes to match Sidelines By Rev-A-Shelf's other accessories.

4 Available Options:

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    CBRSL-14-CR-1
  • Image of CBRSL-14-BZ-1
    CBRSL-14-BZ-1
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    CBRSL-14-SN-1
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    CBRSL-14-SC-1
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SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Fits panel depths of 14", or greater
  • Holds up to (7 ) belts
  • Full-extension, ball-bearing, steel slide with steel rack housing
  • Available in Bronze, Chrome, Satin Chrome or Satin Nickel
  • Reversible (Left or Right mount)

SPECS

Physical Specifications

Part # Width (min to max) Depth (min to max) Height (min to max) Material Color Finish
23/16" 1325/32" 37/16" Metal Chrome Anodized
23/16" 1325/32" 37/16" Metal Bronze Plated
23/16" 1325/32" 37/16" Metal Satin Nickel Anodized
23/16" 1325/32" 37/16" Metal Satin Chrome Anodized

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Full Access

Part # Width Depth Height
23/16"14"37/16"
23/16"14"37/16"
23/16"14"37/16"
23/16"14"37/16"

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Instruction Sheets

I-XDSRSL-0721.pdf

CUSTOMER DRAWINGS

Customer Drawings

14 DELUXE BELT RACK(CBRSL-14-XX-1) CUSTOMER DRAWING.pdf

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