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WALL MOUNTING CLOSET ROD

Mounting With Two ​Open ​Flanges

For and installation using two open flanges, be sure to account for the thickness of the flange back plates; the total space they occupy in the wall-to-wall width must be subtracted from the closet rod Length. Measure and mark locations for each flange. Secure flanges into mounting surface and lower closet rod down into flanges.Using 2 open flanges to mount closet rod

Mounting With Two ​Closed Flanges​

Measure and mark locations for each flange. Slide flanges over closet rod. With assistance, hold rod and flanges in place and secure flanges into mounting surface.Using 2 closed flanges to mount closet rod

Mounting With Two ​Invisible ​Flanges

Measure and mark locations for each flange. Screw back plates to walls. Slide cuffs over closet rod. With assistance, hold rod in place and thread cuffs onto back plates.Using 2 invisible flanges to mount closet rod

Mounting With One ​Open ​and One ​Closed Flange​

For an installation using one open and one closed flange, be sure to account for the thickness of the open flange back plate; the total space it occupies in the wall-to-wall width must be subtracted from the closet rod length. Measure and mark locations for each flange. Secure open flange to surface and slide closed flange over closet rod. While rod rests in open flange, secure closed flange to surface.Using 1 open and 1 closed flange to mount closet rod