• Hafele America No Mortise Bed Rail Fittings, Set of 4
Hafele America No Mortise Bed Rail Fittings, Set of 4

Hafele America No Mortise Bed Rail Fittings, Set of 4

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  • No- mortise installation
  • Made of heavy gauge, 1-1/2" wide steel with chromate plating
  • Fasteners are 3" long, sold in sets of 4
  • Mounting screws not included

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The good: it works perfectly once installed The good: it works perfectly once installed!!!The bad: it does not come with instructions or screwsWhat you need to know: #8 screws might sit in the holes best on the male part. I bought #10, and the worked great for the female side, but of the screw heads aren't flush ...and I mean even the slightest....or receding on the male side....it's not going to connect. I learned the hard way.Look at previous posts with photos on connecting for which side goes where. That's basically where my instructions came from. 4Such an awesome product! Such an awesome product!!! I made a full bed and used these to connect the rails to the headboard and footboard. As other reviews have mentioned, ensure that the holes are pointing in the right direction as it should give a very good fit with no movement if done correctly. 5Broke upon installation If you re looking for durability, look elsewhere. I snatched these connectors up because they were cheap, but using them has been a waste of time.The final step of my bed build was to install these. As I m hooking the bed rail into the headboard, both pegs broke off of one side. Upon further inspection, the pegs aren t welded in. Rather, they are just slotted into holes in the metal. If these can t withstand the small amount of force used to connect the pieces, I doubt they ll hold up to years of use. 1Well built, have a purpose and a place I built a bed that I wanted to be able to take apart and move. These worked to hold the bed together and didn't require any routing or other complicated wood working. (I don't know why I didn't want to just route out a spot and do this right, I mean I built the dang bed! Just being lazy I guess.) Any-who, these cause the bed to shake around, A LOT. Every time I moved around in the bed using these it shook and made a bunch of noise. It just didn't feel like the sturdy, heavy wood bed I'd built. It was driving me crazy. After a few months, I finally gave in and routed out the bed and installed the hook style hardware. Now my bed is extremely solid. Apparently I didn't do as bad of a job building the bed as I thought I had, it was just this hardware! If you don't have the means to do it right and route it out, use these. They work and they have a purpose and a place. If you are able to route it out and you're just being lazy like me, you'll regret it, I promise. 4Very pretty, but carpentry needed. Update: Headboard still pretty, but trouble with the rail connectors. I bought cheap #10, 1" screws from Walmart, and the screw heads disn't set flush preventing the connectors from connecting. I bought premium brass screws from Lowe's and they still didn't sit flush! Now I am drilling out all the mounting holes to allow the screws to sit flush in the connectors. This headboard is pretty and seems well made, but here is no hardware included to attach headboard to the bed frame rail, just slits through the headboard legs as pictured. It was necessary to remove the rail hook, and replace it with a no-mortise rail fitting. It is possible to drill and rod the headboard, but height/spacing alignment would be difficult. This picture shows the headboard slits and "no-mortise bed rail fitting" from Amazon, $13.90. 4Watch out that you get the correct parts: 2 left hand brackets and 2 right hand brackets. I received 4 identical brackets, instead of two left hand and two right hand brackets. Finally got someone to help me put a broken bed together, and we wasted a lot of time and effort (because we are by no means an expert) trying to figure out what we were doing wrong, before we realized what the matter was. Now we have to give up entirely and wait for replacements. Frustrating. Seem like good quality, though. 1DO NOT BUY - PINS COME OUT EASILY - DANGEROUS Will never buy these again. Cannot recommend for anyone to buy. And if you have used them please use the hole in the center and put a sturdy screw through. In more depth if you are still interested. I built the rails to join the headboard and footboard from a manufacturer that went out of business. This was to convert a crib to full bed. So I made sides with 6x1 hickory and 3x1.5 poplar. Lined up brackets etc. All seemed good. Screwed on to headboard and rails. Put the two headboard ends in, all good. Lifted rail, which puts pressure on the pins/rivets and pop pop, they hit the floor. Hmm, so I try the other side, pop pop. So I though I have one of those cheap pair of pliers that come with car tire change sets on my bench let's see if my hand that has little strength due to going through a dough sheeter years back can remove these. A little unfair as these pins are not expected to offer this pull, but two had already popped under shear pressure of lifing one end. And easy as my arthritic hand pulled them out. As I was getting tis ready for my toddler son who was out, I drilled out hole and use connector bolts and where pins were I used some 14# screws 3/4 inch. Am glad such poorly put in pins popped during making the bed not sleeping or playing by my toddler. 1Lugs fall out with little effort The mount lugs on the bedrail bracket are only pressed in with very little effort they pop out. This means you're at risk of the bed rail fall if the bed if rocked at all. 3 of 4 brackets had they lugs fall off from simply installing the bed rails on to the headboard\footboard. There is a hole in each of the brackets so that after installing the rails you can install a screw to lock them together but if your lugs do fall out then you're at the mercy of the sheer strength of whatever screw you used 1Very sturdy and just what I expected. These are very strong and exactly what I needed. The pack comes with 4 sets of fittings (8 pieces all together). The piece of wood that connected my headboard to the frame crumbled on first use and I thought I would have to use all 4 sets (2 on each side) to properly hold my headboard in place but with just one set on each side my headboard is nice and firm. They installed fairly easily. Here are some tips that helped me:1. Place the slot side with the skinny part of the hole on the bottom (this way the button piece won't fall out when the weight of the headboard is put on it). The image is upside down in the example photos.2. Place the 2 pieces together as if your headboard was in place, then measure where the pieces will go on both the headboard and the frame.3. Attach the slot side first, then remeasure where the button piece will go on the headboard, and attach it to the headboard while it's sitting where you want it in the slot piece.This made installation for me super simple and almost a one person job. 5Excellent Product - Even for King Size! I used this on a custom King Size bed frame that I recently built. I was a little weary of no-mortise hardware at first, but was VERY impressed after I installed this hardware. The bed is solid as a rock without any squeaks! As others have stated, a #9 screw head sits perfectly in the seats. You only have to use # 9's on the two holes between the male fittings. The other holes don't interfere with the fit, so you can use whatever size you want in those holes. I used # 10's on the those holes. I also used two part Epoxy in addition to the screws for added strength and to avoid the squeaks. If you are building the bed from scratch, make sure you decrease the width of your frame by about 1 1/4 inches to make up for the width of the hardware. Otherwise you will end up with at least an extra 3/4 inch gap on both sides of the mattress.Update:5 years after building the first king size bed with this hardware, I have built an additional Queen, King, and twin using this hardware. All completely solid as a rock. It has stood the test of time. It has been two years since I completed the last of the 4 beds. Not a squeak or shimmy from any of them. I recommend them without hesitation. For reference, both King size beds are sleeping men who are over 6 tall and 300 lbs, along with their Averaged size wife. This hardware is very impressive for the price 5
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The good: it works perfectly once installed The good: it works perfectly once installed!!!The bad: it does not come with instructions or screwsWhat you need to know: #8 screws might sit in the holes best on the male part. I bought #10, and the worked great for the female side, but of the screw heads aren't flush ...and I mean even the slightest....or receding on the male side....it's not going to connect. I learned the hard way.Look at previous posts with photos on connecting for which side goes where. That's basically where my instructions came from. 4Such an awesome product! Such an awesome product!!! I made a full bed and used these to connect the rails to the headboard and footboard. As other reviews have mentioned, ensure that the holes are pointing in the right direction as it should give a very good fit with no movement if done correctly. 5Broke upon installation If you re looking for durability, look elsewhere. I snatched these connectors up because they were cheap, but using them has been a waste of time.The final step of my bed build was to install these. As I m hooking the bed rail into the headboard, both pegs broke off of one side. Upon further inspection, the pegs aren t welded in. Rather, they are just slotted into holes in the metal. If these can t withstand the small amount of force used to connect the pieces, I doubt they ll hold up to years of use. 1Well built, have a purpose and a place I built a bed that I wanted to be able to take apart and move. These worked to hold the bed together and didn't require any routing or other complicated wood working. (I don't know why I didn't want to just route out a spot and do this right, I mean I built the dang bed! Just being lazy I guess.) Any-who, these cause the bed to shake around, A LOT. Every time I moved around in the bed using these it shook and made a bunch of noise. It just didn't feel like the sturdy, heavy wood bed I'd built. It was driving me crazy. After a few months, I finally gave in and routed out the bed and installed the hook style hardware. Now my bed is extremely solid. Apparently I didn't do as bad of a job building the bed as I thought I had, it was just this hardware! If you don't have the means to do it right and route it out, use these. They work and they have a purpose and a place. If you are able to route it out and you're just being lazy like me, you'll regret it, I promise. 4Very pretty, but carpentry needed. Update: Headboard still pretty, but trouble with the rail connectors. I bought cheap #10, 1" screws from Walmart, and the screw heads disn't set flush preventing the connectors from connecting. I bought premium brass screws from Lowe's and they still didn't sit flush! Now I am drilling out all the mounting holes to allow the screws to sit flush in the connectors. This headboard is pretty and seems well made, but here is no hardware included to attach headboard to the bed frame rail, just slits through the headboard legs as pictured. It was necessary to remove the rail hook, and replace it with a no-mortise rail fitting. It is possible to drill and rod the headboard, but height/spacing alignment would be difficult. This picture shows the headboard slits and "no-mortise bed rail fitting" from Amazon, $13.90. 4Watch out that you get the correct parts: 2 left hand brackets and 2 right hand brackets. I received 4 identical brackets, instead of two left hand and two right hand brackets. Finally got someone to help me put a broken bed together, and we wasted a lot of time and effort (because we are by no means an expert) trying to figure out what we were doing wrong, before we realized what the matter was. Now we have to give up entirely and wait for replacements. Frustrating. Seem like good quality, though. 1DO NOT BUY - PINS COME OUT EASILY - DANGEROUS Will never buy these again. Cannot recommend for anyone to buy. And if you have used them please use the hole in the center and put a sturdy screw through. In more depth if you are still interested. I built the rails to join the headboard and footboard from a manufacturer that went out of business. This was to convert a crib to full bed. So I made sides with 6x1 hickory and 3x1.5 poplar. Lined up brackets etc. All seemed good. Screwed on to headboard and rails. Put the two headboard ends in, all good. Lifted rail, which puts pressure on the pins/rivets and pop pop, they hit the floor. Hmm, so I try the other side, pop pop. So I though I have one of those cheap pair of pliers that come with car tire change sets on my bench let's see if my hand that has little strength due to going through a dough sheeter years back can remove these. A little unfair as these pins are not expected to offer this pull, but two had already popped under shear pressure of lifing one end. And easy as my arthritic hand pulled them out. As I was getting tis ready for my toddler son who was out, I drilled out hole and use connector bolts and where pins were I used some 14# screws 3/4 inch. Am glad such poorly put in pins popped during making the bed not sleeping or playing by my toddler. 1Lugs fall out with little effort The mount lugs on the bedrail bracket are only pressed in with very little effort they pop out. This means you're at risk of the bed rail fall if the bed if rocked at all. 3 of 4 brackets had they lugs fall off from simply installing the bed rails on to the headboard\footboard. There is a hole in each of the brackets so that after installing the rails you can install a screw to lock them together but if your lugs do fall out then you're at the mercy of the sheer strength of whatever screw you used 1Very sturdy and just what I expected. These are very strong and exactly what I needed. The pack comes with 4 sets of fittings (8 pieces all together). The piece of wood that connected my headboard to the frame crumbled on first use and I thought I would have to use all 4 sets (2 on each side) to properly hold my headboard in place but with just one set on each side my headboard is nice and firm. They installed fairly easily. Here are some tips that helped me:1. Place the slot side with the skinny part of the hole on the bottom (this way the button piece won't fall out when the weight of the headboard is put on it). The image is upside down in the example photos.2. Place the 2 pieces together as if your headboard was in place, then measure where the pieces will go on both the headboard and the frame.3. Attach the slot side first, then remeasure where the button piece will go on the headboard, and attach it to the headboard while it's sitting where you want it in the slot piece.This made installation for me super simple and almost a one person job. 5Excellent Product - Even for King Size! I used this on a custom King Size bed frame that I recently built. I was a little weary of no-mortise hardware at first, but was VERY impressed after I installed this hardware. The bed is solid as a rock without any squeaks! As others have stated, a #9 screw head sits perfectly in the seats. You only have to use # 9's on the two holes between the male fittings. The other holes don't interfere with the fit, so you can use whatever size you want in those holes. I used # 10's on the those holes. I also used two part Epoxy in addition to the screws for added strength and to avoid the squeaks. If you are building the bed from scratch, make sure you decrease the width of your frame by about 1 1/4 inches to make up for the width of the hardware. Otherwise you will end up with at least an extra 3/4 inch gap on both sides of the mattress.Update:5 years after building the first king size bed with this hardware, I have built an additional Queen, King, and twin using this hardware. All completely solid as a rock. It has stood the test of time. It has been two years since I completed the last of the 4 beds. Not a squeak or shimmy from any of them. I recommend them without hesitation. For reference, both King size beds are sleeping men who are over 6 tall and 300 lbs, along with their Averaged size wife. This hardware is very impressive for the price 5
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