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    Quote Originally Posted by AntonioGG View Post
    I have some peg board I'm getting rid of (painted flat black) and some under-cabinet lights if anyone wants them (free).
    I'm in for those. Always need pegboard for displays and was getting ready to go buy an undercabinet anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree magnet View Post
    Your set-up is looking sweet. Add some mirrors and a lava lamp and you're big pimping.

    Those storage stands are interesting but I'm not sold on how securely they really hold the bike. It seems like holding it by the pedal and leaning it out like that is putting a lot of tension on some minimal hardware. It's one thing if the bike just falls....that sucks. It's another if it falls on your car. Double suck. Maybe it's sturdier in person so feel free to ignore my comment.
    Bolt the pedal hangar into studs and shouldn't be a problem. Tire shelves' hardware are in shear, so basic drywall achors should do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree magnet View Post
    Your set-up is looking sweet. Add some mirrors and a lava lamp and you're big pimping.

    Those storage stands are interesting but I'm not sold on how securely they really hold the bike. It seems like holding it by the pedal and leaning it out like that is putting a lot of tension on some minimal hardware. It's one thing if the bike just falls....that sucks. It's another if it falls on your car. Double suck. Maybe it's sturdier in person so feel free to ignore my comment.

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    Bolt the pedal hangar into studs and shouldn't be a problem. Tire shelves' hardware are in shear, so basic drywall achors should do.
    Exactly




    Had all the bikes in my previous house secured by drywall anchors only as there was no way to place them where they'd fit in the room and also into a stud. Never any issues

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    The new (to me) house uses the studs for the pedals and the plywood under that sexy-assed paneling for the tires. I made sure there wasn't going to be any issues since they do hang over my truck.
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    Yeah, screwed in a stud, no problem. Lots of anchors in drywall can handle 35lbs easy

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    takes up a lot of precious wall space. Could you hang them from the ceiling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyt View Post
    takes up a lot of precious wall space. Could you hang them from the ceiling?
    Wall was best option for available space, and we are still able to walk around without banging into one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATXZJ View Post
    Wall was best option for available space, and we are still able to walk around without banging into one.
    +1

    I don't have wall space since it's taken up with shelves and racks for wood and metal for projects so I hung my bikes over the cars and I bang into them regularly and I cuss every time. This is even with the kids' bikes, Hardock 26" and Hotrock 24" and my wife's old BMC 26" bike. Now everyone moved up a size so only the Hardrock will be hanging horizontal. I found floor space for my oldest's 29er and need to find space for my wife's. My road bike and gravel bike hang vertically in front of one car. My MTBs are on one of the walls horizontally on hooks but I may look into these angled mounts.

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    heh heh. goes to the trouble of drawing the wrench on the wall . . . then doesn't put them there....



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    Quote Originally Posted by cmc View Post
    heh heh. goes to the trouble of drawing the wrench on the wall . . . then doesn't put them there....



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    That shit drives me insane.
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    They taste different when you flip them over!
    Don't eat the ginger snaps, they've been down chucks pants!
    Just what I need - a robot sex doll telling me "is that all you got?"
    Sue sleeps next to me, and Toby sleeps on top of my wife!
    I like that YOU like Dick!
    "Hurry up and take the damn picture, I can't stay in this position all night!" quoted while holding the "FUDGE RINGS"
    I'm still trying to figure out my meat!
    Oh NO, I like COCK SAUSAGE!
    Who says you put it in your mouth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmc View Post
    heh heh. goes to the trouble of drawing the wrench on the wall . . . then doesn't put them there....



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