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Maximum 1,000 lb. load capacity!
This 60" high wall-mounted system holds a ton of stuff – OK so it’s a half ton (1,000 lb.) of stuff. It comes with three 15" and four 12" arm supports. The 15" arms have a 9" height clearance while the 12" arms have a 7-1/4" height clearance. Wall brackets and support arms are zinc plated for an attractive appearance and mild corrosion resistance. Due to installation variables, the 14 required mounting screws and bolts are user supplied and dependent on whether the rack will be attached to studs or concrete and the expected weight to be supported. Mounting holes are 3/8" dia. Made in China.
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It works like we hopped it would
from A ranch in Wyoming
About Me Handyman, Professional
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Comments about Vestil Wall Wood Rack:
It's doing what we purchased to do
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Decent Rack for the Price
By Proud Skeptic
from Greene, RI
About Me Handyman, Serious Woodworker
This is the best rack for the money if you are looking for utility. I bought two and am buying a third. When I received the first ones the packaging was damaged and pieces were missing. McFeely's replaced them quickly. I agree with other reviews that say it could use a little re-engineering. It is harder than it should be to assemble and hang.
Good stacking for metal long stock
from Salem, OR
About Me Professional
The arms tilt slightly downward away from the wall. Better arm mounting hole placement would have corrected that, and allowed slight upward tilt. This is important for round stock. One can tighten the arm bolts/nuts within the oversize holes to hold the arms slightly upwards, but they could slip. We did that, and then drilled additional holes through both parts for bolts to keep the tilt that we wanted.They were very well packaged, and I liked the $1 shipping. We used 2 pairs, one on 10 foot centers (for our 12-foot stock length), adding one in the middle and one more set one stud inboard of the right standard, both for shorter cutoffs.
Not what it leads you to believe
from Vicksburg MS
Bought this to stack lumber on in my shop,arms are to flimsy to hold much of anything. Support bracket that mounts to the wall is very strong doesn't fit with 3/4" channel support arms. 6 of these arms are 14" wide of clear space, they turn up on the end, but if you stack 1x8 material on them about 12 pieces they bend down. I'll weld angle to it and keep it to much trouble to send back.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
horrible engineering, good result
from New Hampshire
About Me Homeowner
Well, the racks (2 sets) are up now and work great. But the process was much harder than it needed to be. Engineering is awful. Uprights are "handed" instead of being able to just use either way. Shelf brackets are also "handed" because of how the holes for the bolts are drilled. It would have been soooo simple to just drill the holes all the way through and provide longer bolts. Be careful! Hold the uprights together to make sure their holes align together before mounting them. The little plastic caps are a nice touch except they break very easily.Even though its hard to tell, one dimension of the caps is different and they fit in one direction better than the other. Only buy this product if you are a bit of a handyman and be prepared for some frustration. The racks work well when installed.