Pleasant Hearth 32mm Heavy Duty Log Rack
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- Adjustable log bracket, adjust to any length
- Heavy duty tubular steel construction, a black powder-coated finish for looks and durability
- Keeps firewood neatly stacked off the ground
- Minimal assembly required
- For outdoor use only
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This Pleasant Hearth heavy steel log brackets keeps firewood off the ground neatly stored. Has a black powder-coated finish for looks and durability. Adjust the log brackets to any length using a 2 x 4 piece of lumber (not included). Warranty: 1 year limited. Assembly dimensions: 3.9” length, 3.9" width, 5.8" height, weight 8.58 lbs. Made in USA
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When I received my 2nd log rack (through Amazon because of the return of the wrong item), It was new, no rust, hardware fit perfectly. I'm perfectly satisfied with the item. Both 4 foot racks easily hold a half a cord of wood (1/4 cord on each rack), so I can sit and enjoy a nice evening fire in my outdoor fire pit. The manufacturer just needs to have their Quality Control people do a better job of checking products during manufacturing, and the manufacturer shipping department needs to make sure the correct item is shipped per the order.
These fit snuggly on pressured treated lumber. I did use the side of a hammer, to gently tap the end of the bracket to slide the end of the opening of the bracket on.
Would definitely recommend this product.
I used 2x8 pressured treated for unsplit firewood that needed to be seasoned. I do have an all metal one, that u used for seasoned firewood. Considering purchasing 3 more to line out the back yard.
None- I didn't use the screws provided. I used (usa) steel sheet rock screws, fine threaded for a more substantial hold. I found sliding the bracket 2 inches inward from the end, removed the possibility if I over stacked the brackets, and it looks great!
Speaking to the assembly, some said they had to shave some of the wood to fit the brackets when using pressure treated. I was dreading that but mine went on very easily with a little hammer tapping just to save my hand. I am very pleased with its ease of use and function, just disappointed in the price increase.
I unpacked the rack ends and inspected for damage. There were some rub marks, but really who cares. These will be outside in the elements holding firewood.
I cut the 2x4 into two 8 foot lengths and they fit easily into the box ends of the rack ends. I didn’t need to trim, bang, or otherwise persuade them to go on.
I did not use the screws, which everyone says are junk, as the pressure of the firewood will keep them where they need to be.
I’ve place some pictures of the two racks. The rack in I purchased and just put up last week. It’s not really worth the money, 40 dollars. I felt the need to be gentle with it to keep it from breaking.
With a 2x4 and these rack ends, this is perfect.
The time ends on this rack are far and above what the more expensive rack cost me.
It’s sits on the block much more sturdy than the tube leg type ends on the first rack, which would easily sink into the soil.
Be sure to use a ground contact 2x4 and I still placed pavers under the end.
So this rack cost me in total roughly 30 dollars total, which is 10 dollars cheaper than the first rack.
This rack is sturdier and overall better built than the first rack.
Photo one is a comparison between the two racks. This review is for the rack in the back.
Photo 2 shows the feet of the first rack.
Photo 3 shows the base of the currently reviewed rack.
I have purchased four total and really need four more in order to meet my needs for cords of wood for next winter. It seems the seller limits the number a person can purchase to four, which leaves me four short and unable to use amazon. So, to walmart I went. Seems like a silly and not so smart thing for the seller to do, as it pushes people else where. The racks are still perfect and I am extremely happy, though I can't buy more.