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Walmart has 9-Piece Work Choice Snap Rail Set (3559) for $16.94. Store pickup is free, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks chi
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Set includes includes snap rail and hooks. Rated for up to 25lbs per hook w/ max load capacity of 75lbs per linear foot. -johnny_miller

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Hi all, I was at Walmart looking for a way to hang my Hoverboard (25lbs) and my Electric Scooter (30lbs) which I had difficulty fitting into my 1 car garage. Also got a bike (25lbs) recently which I had to keep inside the 1 bedroom apartment since I could not fit it into the garage.

So, found this cool set that can hang tools and such called "Hyper Tough" which is Walmart's in-house brand. Looked online and found they sell it cheaper under the "Work Choice" rail system. Same system, different label.

Received it and did my setup and it works great at a fraction of the more expensive Gladiator GearTrack or Rubbermaid FastTrack systems! All these heavy items are now over my luxury vehicle in the garage. That's how secure I believe it is. Check out the pics. Applause

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Work-C...t/52820029

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I purchased 6 of these about a month ago, and have hung three sets of them (so 24' of length). The directions state that you need to hit at least two studs for each 4' section, and that there can be no more than an 8" overhang from the last pair of screws on either end. The rails are not pre-drilled, snd a 1/8" bit is recommended to pre-drill. I needed to cut a couple of the rails to fit a tight spot, and a miter saw and a fine tooth blade did the job with no issues at all

I have hung a full size 26" mountain bike, several smaller kids' bikes, and a rather heavy little giant style ladder on them, all with no issues. The hooks do slide a bit easier than I'd like, particularly when hanging the bikes, making it difficult for my young kids to hang them up themselves, but honestly I see the bike hooks as being more for winter storage anyway, so no big deal.

I've also seen that Walmart, just in the last few weeks, has started to stock individual rails and hooks in their hardware section in-store, so it seems like there will be options for expansion, though at a bit higher price per piece than in this set.

I really like them, and am considering picking up a few additional sets just to have for future projects.
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This is the regular price. I bought 3 kits of these a month ago at the store. I love them!!! Easy to install and very solid!
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I have a ton of gladiator products and this product looks very similar. I can't comment on the quality since I've never seen it in person, but it's price is unreal. I don't see any specs about weight limits. If I was just starting out organizing I would definitely check this stuff out.
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Awesome! Thanks for posting this!
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I have a ton of gladiator products and this product looks very similar. I can't comment on the quality since I've never seen it in person, but it's price is unreal. I don't see any specs about weight limits. If I was just starting out organizing I would definitely check this stuff out.

Walmart's product is 75lbs per linear foot compared to name brand product Gladiator at100lbs per linear foot.
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Walmart's product is 75lbs per linear foot compared to name brand product Gladiator at100lbs per linear foot.
There hooks appear to lock in place also. I wonder how dependable that mechanism is.
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I purchased 6 of these about a month ago, and have hung three sets of them (so 24' of length). The directions state that you need to hit at least two studs for each 4' section, and that there can be no more than an 8" overhang from the last pair of screws on either end. The rails are not pre-drilled, snd a 1/8" bit is recommended to pre-drill. I needed to cut a couple of the rails to fit a tight spot, and a miter saw and a fine tooth blade did the job with no issues at all

I have hung a full size 26" mountain bike, several smaller kids' bikes, and a rather heavy little giant style ladder on them, all with no issues. The hooks do slide a bit easier than I'd like, particularly when hanging the bikes, making it difficult for my young kids to hang them up themselves, but honestly I see the bike hooks as being more for winter storage anyway, so no big deal.

I've also seen that Walmart, just in the last few weeks, has started to stock individual rails and hooks in their hardware section in-store, so it seems like there will be options for expansion, though at a bit higher price per piece than in this set.

I really like them, and am considering picking up a few additional sets just to have for future projects.
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4' per rail?
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4' per rail?
Yes, two four-foot long rails in each kit.
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Yes, two four-foot long rails in each kit.
Solid, went for 3 kits. I had been piecing together a gladiator set and the Costco stuff, but this seems pretty decent for the price. I was checking out their Hyper Tough hooks in my store just yesterday. Seem pretty beefy.
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Can anyone confirm if they work with gladiator stuff?
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This is the regular price. I bought 3 kits of these a month ago at the store. I love them!!! Easy to install and very solid!
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Got 2 for $13.44 each after shipping discount. Thanks OP!
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Any advice on mounting those to concrete? Hammer drive anchor?
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The hooks looks identical to what handi wall uses. If they are, then you can get a ton of different styles. I'll check as soon as they arrive
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