whats the cheapest easiest most ghetto way to build a dirty surfboard rack with home supplies ?
4boardquiver looking to do it vertically..
not looking to go to home depot
looking foward to your ideas, thanks.
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Thread: Ghetto rack
├\╜ i have lots of bubble wrap if that helps the creativty
4 strap downs and 6ft of grey pipe insulation.
use duct tape to make slots with big pieces of cardboard, then gorilla glue the edges to your wall. super ghetto, really sh*tty, and extremely dirty
Oct 8, 2010, 12:13 PM #5
Hammer a big nail into the wall (make sure you hit a stud) and hang each board from it's leash loop.
Go with a horizontal rack... two loops of heavy twine hanging from screws in the wall... 'bout as ghetto as you can get.
But I'd recommend one piece of 2" baluster material (.89 cents at HD) cut in half, and two 10"x12" shelf brackets ($1.27 each at HD).
That and a few screws will get you a rack for under 5 bucks, and you can stack several boards on it no problem, including that old log you only break out when it's knee high.
Last edited by LBCrew; Oct 8, 2010 at 12:19 PM.
Oct 8, 2010, 12:23 PM #6
hang dem *****es from the ceiling, yo. Some threaded pad eyes and twine, boom! Iv hung them over couches / beds / tables, pretty sweet actually- and out of the way. Make sure you hit a joist or you will get some ding repair practice out of it too.
if your quiver all have fcs fins, you can get the hangers they display the boards in like the shops, and hang them from a clothes hanger.
Oct 8, 2010, 02:40 PM #8
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hang them from your cieling fan and then turn it on during a party!