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could people post pictures of how they store their bikes....I am looking for ideas to create more room in my garage by hanging the bikes or any other ideas you have
I have had three of the bikes hanging for almost two years. The hangers can bend torsionally by force or they will conform to the bike over time and level the bike out. Just be sure to sink the screws into a stud. I hung my hardtail (28lbs) first using drywall anchors, and with the moisture in the garage the drywall gave way and the bike fell. It tore a perfectly square chunk out of the drywall. Since then I got smart and put them into the studs. They work great. Also, the hangers can fold up against the wall when the bike it off.SHIVER ME TIMBERS said:u guys say the hooks are strong...but you can bend them??? how long have you had them
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Planning ahead to long is just procrastinating. My suggestion is get a dumpster and throw out everything you can't sell on Ebay. I doubt any Ebayers are gonna give you any money for that used Jeff Gordon blow up doll and don't throw it in the trash thats a bio-hazzard.SHIVER ME TIMBERS said:cleaning it up...shocker
hahahaha, sad part is there probably is a few of those in that garage and house. Are you sure it worth cleaning your garage, wouldn't burning it down and starting over be an easier and cheaper task. I dont even want to know whats hidden in there.trail bait said:doubt any Ebayers are gonna give you any money for that used Jeff Gordon blow up doll and don't throw it in the trash thats a bio-hazzard.