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    4 board wall rack?

    Anyone know or recommend a nice cheap 4 or 3 board wall rack? thank you

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    Here we go again. . . check the boards for numerous discussions on this.

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    not smart enough don't know how this works.

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    Easy, take a hook screw and screw into wall. Hang the board onto the hook screw with the small leash rope that is tied to the leash cup....repeat as needed, easy as pie.

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    I believe what he is trying to say is that there is a search option for the threads- at the top right of the page- and there are many threads with ideas ect on this topic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffer View Post
    Easy, take a hook screw and screw into wall. Hang the board onto the hook screw with the small leash rope that is tied to the leash cup....repeat as needed, easy as pie.
    good idea, but what if you have a 10 foot longboard with an eight foot ceiling? But its still a good idea.

    I have 3 boards in daybags that each hang by the daybag handle from a screw in my shed. The shed is 8x10 so my longboard juuust about fits.

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    I got maybe $15 in this. I made it to fit 5 easy but will hold 9 all together. Much cheaper to make your own.
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    Last edited by wave1rider65; Jan 5, 2012 at 06:08 PM.

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    maybe 50 bucks worth of supplies

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    The guys are above are right...you can and should make your own--probably the least expensive route as well. Just remember measure twice...cut once. Use the plan below...