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    I had this made made up a few years back- thick wall steel tubing and powdercoated, it will last forever. I think I spent maybe 2-$250 on it. PM me if you want dimensions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aspaceheater View Post
    TireRack used to have a storage rack that was mounted on the wall. However, looking at their site today, it's no longer available.
    Its still there, I don't think I could even build this for this price.
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    Weird, I checked the site before I posted and it wasn't there anymore. I'm going to work with James and see what option would work out best.

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    Quick update: I have new Roark Industrial Solutions for tire & wheel storage/display. I will get a separate thread up hopefully later today.








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    I like that first one (slatwall) that James showed a pic of!

    I have some of the folding ones in my trailer and they are super handy and would look great high up in a garage, but, if you store race tires, I found that I needed to change out the box aluminum on the bottom front and rear to a round bar that didn't grove the soft slicks. I threw roll bar type padding on there to be extra wankery.

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    I believe this is the same one Tire Rack used to sell:

    Griot's Tire Rack

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    Working on this with a client and that's a recommendation I was offering especially for race tires or rims only applications. Thanks for the advice!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzago View Post
    I like that first one (slatwall) that James showed a pic of!

    I have some of the folding ones in my trailer and they are super handy and would look great high up in a garage, but, if you store race tires, I found that I needed to change out the box aluminum on the bottom front and rear to a round bar that didn't grove the soft slicks. I threw roll bar type padding on there to be extra wankery.

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    Newest Roark Industrial Solution! Compared to others, I'm offering this at $110.00.


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