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Installing the Racor PBH-1R is a breeze, and you can have it completed within a matter of minutes. The only tools necessary for installation are a Phillips head screwdriver, a drill with a 1/8" bit, a tape measure, and a stud finder (for ceilings with drywall). The easy-to-follow instructions will have your Ceiling-Mounted Bike Lift ready to go in just five easy steps.
Solid-Steel Construction for Durability
The PBH-1R is built to last. All of its included hardware is constructed from solid steel for maximum durability and toughness. The locking mechanism, pulleys, rope cleat, and lift mechanism offer smooth performance for years to come. The included 48-foot lift rope is also extremely durable, and it provides plenty of excess length for ceilings up to 14-feet high.
Easy Raising and Lowering with Minimal Effort
The PBH-1R makes it a breeze to raise and lower your bike from its ceiling-mounted position. The pulley system handles the brunt of the force, so it requires very little effort on your part. Simply hook the bike handlebar and seat to the included hooks and pull the lift rope to raise the bike to its ceiling-mounted storage position. With each pull, the locking mechanism locks into place to eliminate accidental drops. Store the excess rope on the included rope cleat to keep it nice and tidy.
The RacorPro PBH-1R Ceiling-Mount Bike Lift measures 10.24 x 5.12 x 3.5 inches (packaged) and weighs just 3.64 pounds (packaged). All included components feature a black finish.
What's in the Box
Two lift assemblies, two hook pulleys (one with locking mechanism), 48-foot rope, one rope cleat, 10 two-inch wood screws.
Haven't found a better way to hang bikes in my garage. Easy to install and operate.Published 2 days ago by JT
I like this product a lot!!!!!!
I use it to store my kayak. It keeps it out of the way on the ceiling of the garage so I still have plenty of space for lawn mowers, rakes... Read more
Works great. Rope is OK for my bikes. Installed fine. Used the provided screws. All's well.Published 14 days ago by William T. Wirth
Nice lift but the rope supplied is garbage. It didn't last a couple of times use in a year. Sad they supply such a terrible cotton. Rope that frays and then the bike fell. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Stanley Orford II
I had my doubts, but we have 2 and its been holding those bikes up for 2 1/2 yrs with no issues.
Pulley system makes it easy for me to get it up and down with no help... Read more
Loved it. Works great to hang my long wheelbase recumbent bike.Published 25 days ago by Robert R C Morris
so happy to have my son's bike off the garage floor. It does not have a kick stand so we were always tripping over it. Read morePublished 28 days ago by J. Thompson