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755-QK Bolt-On Bed Rails for Queen and King Beds


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755-QK Bolt-On Bed Rails for Queen and King Beds


$ 79.00
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Size: 82" L x 7" H.  1-1/2" high side rail. Cross supports are width adjustable, 60 to 76 inches.
Series: Bed Rails

Have a headboard you love, but no way to attach it to your bed? The Bolt-On Bed Rails for Queen and King Beds can be used with an existing bed to attach a bolt-on headboard or footboard. Our rails are constructed from sturdy steel for exceptional durability and support. Includes a double center rail and two legs with adjustable glides for maximum strength. Whatever your bedding support problems, we've got the solutions.

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Use Hook-On Bed Rails for Queen and King Beds to attach a hook-on headboard or footboard to your Queen, King, or Cal-King bed. Includes a double center rail and legs with adjustable glides.

These steel brackets attach to a bed frame made for bolt-on headboards so that you can use a hook-on style headboard or footboard.

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