|Item Weight||14.8 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||33 x 6.3 x 2.7 inches|
|Item model number||OH2|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 Days free from defect|
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- Height adjusts from 19-Inches to 29-Inches from ceiling
- Width adjusts from 32-Inches to 48-Inches to safely mount along ceiling rafters
- Supports up to 200-Pounds per pair
- Gets the clutter off the floor and mounts it overhead to maximize storage space
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Convenient, flexible storage system gets the clutter off the floor and mounts it overhead to maximize storage space. Height adjusts from 19-Inches to 29-Inches from ceiling. Width adjusts from 32-Inches to 48-Inches to safely mount along ceiling rafters. Supports up to 200-Pounds per pair.
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(*) Though it has zero to do with the quality or design of these brackets at all, I just have to share that dang, I had a devil of a time finding my joists perfectly, and I consider myself pretty good at that generally. Hopefully you'll have better luck than me but, at least be prepared ... I got so-o frustrated. The biggest issue I had was being on an 8' ladder and reaching to that 12' ceiling of mine, the max reach for that height ladder. Made me dizzy as all get out, which certainly didn't help as I kept thinking I had the joist from my finder, only to poke a small test hole with my drill to find air behind my spot ... whew, long, laborious work. I'm sure it would have been less stressful had I been working with shorter ceiling height.
Oh yeah, while I could give you a ton of tiny tips, I'll give you this one - don't use a pencil to mark where to drill your pilot holes, but instead use a small-medium point magic marker. I learned that trick over half way thru and was ticked I hadn't thought of it sooner, for it is very difficult to hold that rod to the ceiling and keep it perfectly still while you mark thru the holes, and swirling that pencil around to mark the spots just begged for that thing to jump all over the place, whereas the marker made a quick dot and was done, and better to boot.
Along those lines, another tip is, mark only the two holes closest to the vertical pole, take it down and drill those two holes, mount the bracket with those two, then drill the two remaining pilot holes with it attached, finishing by putting the last two screws in those holes. This works great for not only is marking all 4 holes before mounting just asking for 1 to 2 of them to be off and causing you great difficulty, if you do the outside 2 first like I did at first, you'll next find that drilling the closer-in pilot holes after the pole is installed (with first only the outside two screws) is next to impossible for the drill is just too fat to get that close to the pole on those last two. Trust me, you're probably having a tough time visualizing that right now but once you get into it, you'll say to yourself, "oh, so that's what he was talking about."
Good luck, hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine - yea!!
I will say that these are good quality, just a fail for my application.
The only thing I would not recommend is using them for kayak storage. I neglected to take into account how heavy and awkward my kayaks are in a tight space. And since I purchased this mount to store them above the garage door, it lessens the amount of maneuverability to get them up. They are fine for winter storage, but I can see this solution to be a pain during the summer with constant up and downs. Other than that, the product itself is pretty nice.