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ShelterLogic Backyard Storage Series Covered Firewood Rack

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  • Complete wood storage rack and cover in one
  • Keeps wood off of the ground to prevent bugs, mold growth, and rotting
  • All-steel frame rack with black powder coat finish
  • Cover adjusts to fit split wood up to 24 inches long; slides up and down to fit height of wood stack
  • Available in multiple sizes
  • Keeps wood off of the ground to prevent bugs
  • mold growth
  • and rotting

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ShelterLogic Backyard Storage Series Covered Firewood Rack + Panacea 15251 Canvas Log Tote, Black + Panacea 15343 Ash Bucket with Shovel, Black
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Product Description

Product Description

Be prepared for the season with the 12' firewood storage solution. Firewood is safely stored and ready for use.

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Keep your firewood neatly stored and ready to use year round with this covered firewood rack from ShelterLogic. It keeps wood off of the ground to prevent bugs, mold growth, and rotting, and its open-air design delivers excellent ventilation--perfect for seasoning firewood. The waterproof cover adjusts to fit split wood up to 24 inches long, and it slides up and down to fit height of wood stack. Easy to assemble, it offers an all steel frame construction with a stylish black powder coat finish. It comes in multiple sizes to fit your needs.

Model Wood Storage Measurements
4-Foot Holds 1/5 Cord / .7 cubic meters 49.7 x 46.6 x 15.5 inches
8-Foot Holds 2/5 Cord / 1,4 cubic meters 96.2 x 46.6 x 15.5 inches
12-Foot Holds 3/5 Cord / 2,2 cubic meters 142.7 x 46.6 x 15.5 inches

 


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 37 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 33 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003AQNLXY
  • Item model number: 9040
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (229 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,089 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to put it together.
Launi
I had to bend it a little so the sides didn't bend outward.
BigJerm
Easy to assemble and very sturdy.
Leslie Anthony

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Je Maintiendrai on March 17, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 12-Feet Verified Purchase
Purchased two 12 ft. Shelterlogic firewood racks. Product arrived within two days (not from Amazon.) The firewood racks of respectable quality. The hardware to assemble the units was complete; both units arrived with one spare bolt, nut and two extra washers. The assembly is simple and can be completed within 10 minutes. While the quality of the Shelterlogic rack doesn't come close to the unparalleled strength, precision, and stability of the Woodhaven firewood racks (which I own as well), the price / quality ratio of the 12 ft. Shelterlogic firewood rack is certainly excellent in comparison. One feature I deplore on the Shelterlogic rack is the 15 1/2 inch width (compared to the 14 inch width of the Woodhaven racks). While the wider rack may, theoretically, improve stability, I favor the 14 inch width. The slightly narrower rack allows for smaller / irregular logs. In any case, adequate and weather & ground-appropriate footing / base for the racks is indispensable to avoid sinking or leaning of the rack leading to the rack falling over when fully loaded. The rack comes with a partial cover, ideal for the correct aeration of the firewood.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By The Mad Texan on November 8, 2010
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 12-Feet Verified Purchase
This rack is a nice concept, but it's implemented so cheaply that I'll be surprised if it's still upright this spring:

The front-to-back stretchers sit in between the base sections (or the base and end sections). They only connect to one of the through bolts though. You get two washers to fill in the space on the other bolt! Oh, and by the way they DON'T give you washers for ends of these bolts.

Once I started tightening up all the bolts, the tube steel started to crush and go out of round. I'm not using some huge wrench here either. Standard 3/8" drive ratchet. I should have returned it at this point...

I got the rack about half loaded, and the legs started to buckle. Since the front/back stretchers only connect to one bolt, they don't prevent the legs from twisting out of shape. I finished without it collapsing, but now I mostly have to hope that when it goes, it falls away from the garage.

The cover only really works if your logs aren't much longer than the rack is deep. Standard 16-18" fireplace wood is OK (this is what I have). If you are running a wood burning stove that takes 20"+ pieces forget the cover completely.

This rack would be OK if I'd gone down to the "big box store" and picked up some ¼" plate steel to replace the stretchers. I'd have made new ones wide enough to cover both bolts; then used the supplied washers on the ends of the bolt. The manufacturer should supply it this way.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Lowe on January 22, 2013
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Assembled the ShelterLogic 4 ft rack in swirling winds and single digit temperatures during winter storm Jove. All I needed was 15 minutes and a 1/2 inch box-end wrench. Assembly is simple. The tubular steel is powder coated for corrosion-resistance and endurance; it is thick-walled and tough. Same with the hardware, and there are extra washers and an extra bolt and nut. The cover is about the same quality as my nice gas grill cover. It is fabricated from a heavy, coated polymer that won't withstand torture, but should withstand moderate abuse (and wash down easily). It is matte black in color, slides effortlessly, and fastens with velcro sewn the length of its end tabs. My woodpile of cut, fallen timber (eyeballed for the fireplace) stacked and covered nicely on the ShelterLogic rack. For a $49 list item delivered to my home by Amazon, I got my money's worth!
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel's Buddy on April 25, 2011
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I purchased two racks, liked them enough to purchase two more.

Pros:
- Simple to assemble
- nice looking
- do what they are supposed too (keep wood off the ground and dry).
- Nice cover keeps the rain off the top, allows air to circulate to encourage drying.

Cons:
- Feet need to be on block or brick. Weight of wood will drive rack into ground.
- Not very stable. Again, needs to be on bricks or deck/concrete. If not, one leg can twist and whole rack goes cockeyed.
- The two halves are joined by metal plates that go just though one of two holes (the top hole of each section.) When tightening, the space these plates add cause the lower half to draw in more than the upper, causing the end pieces to angle outwards a little. They should have provided two plates or one larger plate.
- You can't tighten the bolts very much. There is a point where tubing begins to deform and that is all you can do. It doesn't seem to take much strength, but the racks do seem to hold up fine. Again, best if the feet are supported so they don't sink.

I see the cons take up more space than the pros but, in fact, it is fine as long as you support the feet.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Chris Clark on March 18, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 12-Feet Verified Purchase
This was just as advertised and is quite a deal for the money. Easy to assemble and very strong. I bought the 12 foot model. Looks much better than stacking on the ground and the wood stays drier.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By William Hayes on December 18, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 4-Feet Verified Purchase
this is ok. we use it on the deck, and transfer wood too it periodically. 1) it doesn't hold a lot of wood: if you want to use the cover, which u obviously do, the cover doesn't fit if you fill anywhere near the top, and this measures 4 feet on the outside of the tubing, so you're giving up stacking space on all sides, and 2) I had to put down a 4' by 18" piece of plywood because many logs aren't this long and fall through; you can always line the bottom and the sides with the longer logs. Doesn't feel like it'll last forever, but nor am I
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