6006 Shoerail

6006 Shoerail

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Product Description

Shoe rail is used for mounting balusters especially on the rake of a knee wall. This product is available in unplowed, 1 3/4″, 1 1/4″ or 1″ plow to accommodate all balusters. Shoe rail is simple and easy to install and use.

Plowed shoerail is offered in 1”, 1 1/4″ and 1 3/4″ widths.
Click here to order Fillet for your plowed handrail.

We strive to send you the exact lengths that you order, however on some items like shoerail we reserve the right to send you shorter sections that equal the same number of linear feet (this is industry standard on this item). If for some reason that doesn’t work in your application let us know, and we will do everything we can to manufacture your order.

Product Specifications

Wood Grain & Color Variation

At StairSuppliesTM we strive to match the grain and color of all of our wood products as closely as possible. However, due to the natural character of wood products, there may be instances in which a perfect grain and color match is not possible. By ordering from StairSuppliesTM, you acknowledge that there may be some variation in the grain and color of your wood products.

Completed Projects

This product has been used in the following "Completed Projects"

    Product Q&A

    Nick Romano
    1 year 1 month ago

    How should shoerail be fastened to newel posts when shoerail is suspended above floor?? Toenailed??

    1 year 1 month ago

    Hi Nick,
    That’s correct. Unfortunately the shoerail is too thin to use our standard railbolt kit. Other people have used our 6000 handrail upside down as a shoerail. In which case you can use the railbolt kit.

    8 months 6 days ago

    How is a baluster connected to a shoerail or handrail that is plowed. Does it need screws or anchors or can it just be glued or epoxied?

    8 months 3 days ago

    Hi Danny,

    If you’re getting a plowed handrail or shoerail, you can use fillet and pin nails to install your balusters. The fillet is installed in the gaps between the balusters to help hold them in place. Use pin nails on both the baluster and the fillet. Use wood glue for additional strength. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.