|Item Weight||19.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.5 x 13.1 x 8.8 inches|
|Item model number||ICK-11B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year parts|
Racor InterChange ICK-11B 23-Piece WallDocking Kit, Black
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- Store tools or other outdoor items easily
- Use with full line of Racor Interchange accessories
- Durable epoxy coating over solid steel construction
- Includes 10 different hooks and 13 WallDocks
- Easy installation with provided hardware
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The solid steel InterChange racks are coated with a durable epoxy finish.
Installing a Walldock is simple: screw it into a stud and you're done. View larger.
Press the Walldock's button to release the hanger or basket, and take the whole thing with you. View larger.
Anyone with a garage or shed knows it takes a smart strategy to keep everything organized. The Racor InterChange Walldocking Kit is an intelligent storage solution that frees up floor space and puts your items right where you need them.
The Walldocking Kit features a set of sturdy WallDocks that can hold the kit's hooks, baskets, hangers, cord wraps, and racks. With 10 different storage solutions, this Walldocking Kit gives you plenty of ways to organize your hoses, cleaning supplies, gloves, small garden tools, recreational gear, hardware, and more.
Universal System Adjusts to Meet Your Needs
InterChange WallDocks are cleverly designed to work with all InterChange hanging storage solutions, giving you the freedom to create customized storage that adapts to your needs. For example, WallDocks make it easy to arrange your items by season--in the warmer months, you can arrange your hooks to put golf clubs and hoses within easy reach, in the cooler months, you can rearrange the hooks to put rakes and shovels where you need them most.
Easy to Install and Use
The only tools you need to install a Walldock are a stud finder and a drill/screwdriver. Once you've installed your Walldocks on your garage or shed wall, all you have to do is snap the hooks and bins into place. To release a hanger or basket, just press the Walldock's button--no tools are required.
Because the hooks, baskets, hangers, cord wraps, and racks are so easy to snap and release, you can actually get your work done more efficiently. Need to remove a basket of hardware? Simply press the button on the Walldock to release, and take the whole thing with you. When you're ready to put the basket away, just snap it back into place.
Unlimited Expansion Options
The Walldocking Kit contains 10 racks and WallDocks, plus three extra WallDocks for maximum flexibility. When you accumulate more gear, simply add more WallDocks and racks to your wall. With InterChange, adjustment takes only minutes.
Built to Last
Built to last a lifetime, InterChange racks are constructed of sturdy solid steel and are coated with a durable epoxy finish. Built with heavy-gauge materials and finished with a tough powder coating, these InterChange products are designed for durability and performance.
About Racor: Organize the Clutter and Eliminate the Stress
Racor built its first garage storage rack in 1985: the SR-2 Ski Rack. Since then, the company has developed four distinct product lines and over 50 items. The Racor branded collection of products is made with uncompromising attention to fit and finish and is designed for those who will have nothing less than the best in their garages.
What's in the Box
InterChange kit contains: utility hook, catch-all basket, two tool hangers, multi-use hook, two cord wraps, two vertical bike hooks, hose rack, and 13 InterChange Walldocks.
Ten different storage solutions allow you to maximize your space.
Top Customer Reviews
ѾѾѾѾ Recommended with warm fuzzies.
The Racor InterChange system is like the garage version of mix-and-match separates in fashion. In theory, you mix and match its wide variety of hangers and hooks, moving different attachments onto the various WallDocks that you have permanently mounted onto the walls of your garage, workroom, basement, etc. And so, in theory, during the summers, you want your gardening tools and summer recreational toys hanging on those WallDocks, and during the winters, you want your snow shovel, skis and snowshoes hanging on those same WallDocks instead. But in reality, when you swap out your summer gear for your winter gear, where would you store your summer gear then??? This reminds me of comedian Steven Wright's quote of: "You can't have everything. Where would you put it?"
Every so often, I get an itch to completely redecorate rooms in my house, repainting walls with completely different colors, and moving sofas, seating, tables, furnishings, accents around. But for the stuff that I normally keep in my garage, I want consistency in the location of where garden hose, gardening tools, extension cords, snowshoes, ice axe, etc, are located. Also, to really ensure that you can move the hooks around to the different WallDocks that are mounted in your garage, thus allowing you to hang a variety of items throughout the year, you would need to mount each WallDock with plenty of spacing separating between each WallDock. But this would also make far less efficient use of your garage wall space.
I am a little wary of getting too close to the hooks' 50-pound rated load capacity (when the WallDocks are firmly screwed into the wall studs).Read more ›
The main reason I rate the system with 2 stars has more to do with the quality of the components than their variety. Simply put, they are not up to the job of hanging the types of items one finds in a typical garage: ladders, bikes, heavy tools, etc. If the system were not advertised as being suitable for such equipment, I wouldn't count the lack of structural integrity against it, but I purchased it with this belief. What happened to me is that I was able to hang heavier equipment for a while. As time passed, the hangers started popping off the wall, failing at the plastic part (top of the white insert in the pictures where the plastic meets the metal), which is identical for each piece (it's the part that actually bears most of the load). The plastic simply deforms then breaks and whatever you were hanging crashes to the floor. This happened to me three times. The metal part of the hanger doesn't break, so theoretically it could be re-used with a new plastic piece, as long as a lighter item is hung. It is likely that temperature swings in the garage contributed to the deformation.
Overall, I can't recommend the system until the manufacturer strengthens the components.
the best part really is the amount of items you can place on them. I have 2 bikes, 50 foot hose, many extension cords, a ladder, car cleaning stuff, weed wacker, leaf blower, and at least 6 shovels/rakes/dethacher and other items. I think it is alot of items that are now safely on the wall of the garage and out of the way.
this set is so easy the kids all helped clean out the garage and set it all up
we can move out the seasonal toys with no problem
have so much more room in the garage now too
would be nice if the product would come with information about load bearing on each hook
for this reason we are only using it for the lighter kids items
one thing is it seems too easy to change them out
but so far thankfully kids have not snapped one off
when they go to get their gear off them
(though i did it once )
for this reason i am going to just give the product three stars
because i think should be more of a way to really lock it in place once it is on the wall
so far on two different hooks when i took an item off i hit the red button
so i guess for me i just have to be more careful when i am getting things off the hooks
as for those saying it is nuts to move stuff around
we do it all the time in our garage with 6 kids things are moving all the time around here
yes most of the big items and tools do not change from their locations
but is nice to move items that are not being used in the winter like rakes to the back
and move the shovels to the front now not sure the style of hooks i will change out alot
guess will have to wait and see with more usage if we change out the hooks much or just the items on the hooks
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had these installed in my garage for several months now, and I've been pleasantly surprised with their sturdiness. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by S. Nay
If you even attempt to hang this on drywall, you're doing it wrong. Not even with the proper equipment, holes drilled and pieces inserted will this work. Read morePublished on December 26, 2012 by Dave
the plastic holders are not strong enough to hold the hooks. want to retune them, but too late. don't suggest to but thesePublished on December 26, 2012 by Gege
I thought it'd be a great idea to have a bunch of pieces for walldocking, but I'll probably never get one of these again. Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by Darren He
The first thing I noticed with this kit is that they upgraded the screws. I thought this was pretty cool. They recognized that they needed stronger ones and fixed the problem. Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by Scott Bright
I've used Racor parts for a variety of storage needs over the years. Bicycles, skis, and plenty of other small storage needs have been filled with Racor products. Read morePublished on June 5, 2012 by Nanohead
Let's say you want to put up a ladder, a coiled hose, and a bicycle in your garage. You mount a bracket so that the ladder hangs vertically on the left side of the wall. Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by Dr. Stuart Gitlow
This set of wall racks works pretty well. The interchangeable feature was nice when I was still planning where to put everything... could easily change my mind if I got it wrong. Read morePublished on September 25, 2011 by Carol M
I like this set because it contains a variety of hooks and brackets to hold just about anything. Everything is "over designed" and will likely hold anything you want to put on it. Read morePublished on September 21, 2011 by Bob Tobias