|Item Weight||49.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||37 x 34 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||1000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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- Telescoping chrome tubes expand to allow for mounting widths from 34 inches to 58 inches
- Master rail attaches to studs and allows support rails to slide left to right for simple width adjustability
- Can easily accommodate 4 or more standard size seasonal tires, RV tires, ATV tires, and more
- Strong, durable steel construction
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Unit is sturdy and very good overall quality.
Hyloft Company customer service was extremely responsive when I called their toll-free number and took care of me right away.
For reference, this rack held 4 255/55/R19 tires with about half a foot to spare length wise. Each wheel & tire is exactly 75 lbs for 300lbs total. The rack is rated for 400lbs, which seems about right. I'm not sure it would have 5 fit tires - it might - but it fit 4 without problem. I mounted this above the garage door to save floor space, which is great, since the space is otherwise unused. Be warned that it turned out to be a real pain to softly lay down the tires at that height.
- Takes about 30 mins or so to install each rack - I did it by myself but cheated with an impact socket gun to drive the lag bolts in. You may need two people if using a socket wrench for the lags.
- Very solid feel once installed
- Adjustable for various sizes. I have two - one for a set of 21" wheels and one for a set of 19". Simply adjust the bottom bars to the right width and both sets sit in nicely.
-The quality of the grinding on the welds is pretty week. Not a big deal but they look kind of amateurish. The racks are up out of the way and really its just for utility but still.
-Make sure you leave enough space between the top of the rack and your ceiling. I think the manual says 3" - I'd add an inch or two otherwise you have to twist the tires in there. I learned on my second rack and it makes it much easier to put the racks up.
If you are the kind of person who thinks "I'll just wing it" when you open a box of parts, as am I, then this may serve as a cautionary tale of thinking twice before drilling holes. Anyways, I carefully located three studs, drew a leveled line, and marked and drilled the appropriate holes. Then I brought the mounting bracket up and discovered that the holes in the bracket were not drilled along straight lines or vertical centers. So use the bracket pieces to determine your hole locations if you do not want extra holes in your studs. Also, the lag screws I received were a size larger than the ones referenced in the instructions. I don't remember exactly, but I think the instructions referenced 3/8" but the bolt heads were 7/16". So if you do not wish to precariously balance yourself on a ladder with a drill, an unwieldy piece of steel, and a lag bolt, only to discover you have to climb down again and get the right socket, might want to test fit on the ground.
I finally got the brackets installed and level. I assembled the actual tire holder on the ground, and test fit the tires to get an idea of how wide it would need to be. Even on the ground, the rack looked a lot better than a pile of tires, and kept things well corralled. I realized that I could insert the entire assembled stand into the brackets, but it was a little unwieldy to get up the ladder and into the mounts. Once in the mounts, however, it was fairly sturdy and easy enough to adjust while empty.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought two storage racks at the same time. I was very excited but I must say these racks are very strong and heavy duty. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Bernie C.
The box arrived with a tear in it but do not worry. All the pieces are zip tied to each other so it goes nowhere. The directions say 30 but it took me much longer. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Chester
So far so good. Install was easy, it's holding a pretty big set of tires off one of my hot rods. Got it up in about 45 mins. Seems sturdy, I can hang from it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott Tomkins
Bought and installed this tire rack to store SUV winter tires and rims over the summer. Installation was easy, the top rail offers mounting holes to mount directly on the studs in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KevN
This rack was very easy to install. The bumpers are quality and along with the adjustable bar at the rear, keep your wall well-protected from tire marring.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was a little skeptical that this could hold the weight at first, but it works fine. Right now it has 4 wheel/tires 18x245's that weigh about 50 lbs each. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Drawring Simon