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SafeRacks Wall Shelf Combo Kit, Two 18"x48" Shelves, Four Deck Hooks, $60 w/Free Shipping from Costco, $64 for non-members

jeff34270 3,283 1,433 October 1, 2016 at 08:53 AM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Last Edited by jeff34270 October 1, 2016 at 09:31 AM
http://www.costco.com/.product.100312375.html

This kit is on sale through 10/23, S&H included. There is a $4 surcharge for non-members.

Also on sale again for $259.99 is the Saferacks Overhead Combo Kit consisting of two 4x8 shelves with 18 piece hook kit: http://www.costco.com/SafeRacks-O...33736.html
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http://www.costco.com/SafeRacks-W...12375.html

Online price is $79.99 minus automatic $20 discount through 10/23/16. S/H included. Sells for $93 on the Saferacks website. Chase Freedom holders also get 5% cash back this quarter.

$89.99 on Amazon
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Last edited by cabernet October 1, 2016 at 09:07 AM. Reason: New info
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This is a good deal. I wish we had room in the garage for it. laugh out loud
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I think the mounting brackets and the shelving are as good as they claim but I twisted two of the heads off the anchor bolts with what I think as a very weak twist trying to secure them.
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Was just looking at these. Nice
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Last edited by DB0413 October 1, 2016 at 09:56 PM.
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Quote from morilkanon1154 View Post :
I think the mounting brackets and the shelving are as good as they claim but I twisted two of the heads off the anchor bolts with what I think as a very weak twist trying to secure them.
I used my Lithium 3/8 impact to install my racks without any trouble.
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Quote from morilkanon1154 View Post :
I think the mounting brackets and the shelving are as good as they claim but I twisted two of the heads off the anchor bolts with what I think as a very weak twist trying to secure them.
Quote from jonwalli13 View Post :
I used my Lithium 3/8 impact to install my racks without any trouble.
I reckon pre-drilling would be appropriate for these, especially if going into "real" wood studs(say from the '60s or earlier, not the soft pine used in the last couple of decades).

Unless I'm groggy this morning, it looks like the support brackets are "fixed" in place under the shelf. That means it will have to go in the perfect location to hit the studs when mounting. Might be a consideration.

Has anyone done a comparison with the other "garage" utility shelves. I'm not impressed with the appearance of the bike hooks...they look fairly flimsy for a full sized mountain bike 29er, for example. Nice to have what you need in one package...IF this is what you need!
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Last edited by coachrick October 4, 2016 at 10:31 AM.
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How hard are these to install into the ceiling of the garage?

Do they need to be mounted perpendicular or on a 90 degree angle from how the joists run in the ceiling of the garage?

Can 1 person mount it to the ceiling or is it really a two person job, as it would have to be held up as lag bolt are put into place...
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I reckon pre-drilling would be appropriate for these, especially if going into "real" wood studs(say from the '60s or earlier, not the soft pine used in the last couple of decades).

Unless I'm groggy this morning, it looks like the support brackets are "fixed" in place under the shelf. That means it will have to go in the perfect location to hit the studs when mounting. Might be a consideration.

Has anyone done a comparison with the other "garage" utility shelves. I'm not impressed with the appearance of the bike hooks...they look fairly flimsy for a full sized mountain bike 29er, for example. Nice to have what you need in one package...IF this is what you need!
I've always pre drilled everything. So that my have been the other guys problem.

I bought the ceiling mounted racks from Costco and installed the first one in about 2 hours with a helper. Second one went up in 30 minutes.

I hung my 26er Hardtail from the hooks. The hooks are okay. They don't fasten securely so you can move the whole hook side by side within the square on the rack that it fits.

I chose these ceiling racks over similar (cheaper) racks from HD because these use two lags bolts into the ceiling joist to support them. The ceiling brackets are also much much longer which give you more flexibility to get the lag bolts into studs/joists and also position the drops/rack to avoid overhead obstacles like garage doors. My ceiling brackets are actually mounted above the track but the rack is positioned so that it doesn't interfere. These racks were also rated to more weight and came with the accessory kit (hangers) are near the same price (if you need two).
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