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Fitting Used Wall Cabinet - Camar Fittings

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by sixeighth, 16 Jul 2011.

  1. sixeighth

    sixeighth

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    Hi,

    I've got some wall cabinets from a previously installed kitchen to fit. The cabinets come with Camar fittings as per the pic but I didn't think to ask for the bits they attach to.

    I'm tempted to find a way to screw through the fittings as they seem very solid (going into brick wall with half inch lime plaster) but maybe you'll confirm if this is too much like the cowboy route?


    Ideally I'd like to get the proper bits that the fittings attach to but haven't found them online so far. Have seen a rail for a more recent Camar fitting but don't know if that would do the job.

     
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    That hanging rail will work, or alternatively the hanging brackets used on b&q units will work which are avaliable everywhere!
     
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    Thanks for the reply. I've made a start with the fixings that come with this bracket - hadn't checked b&q for the fixings separately - but they're doing the job fine.
     
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    they are the same, just a standard bracket :)
     
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