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    I'm looking for a storage solution for my off-season tires. TireRack used to have a storage rack that was mounted on the wall. However, looking at their site today, it's no longer available.

    Does anyone have any recommendations for mounted tire storage?

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    ROARK Industrial Solutions, our sponsor can help. Please send him a pm.




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    Let me finish with family time and I'll post up some ideas. You just looking to store 4 tires? Do you have slatwall or just studs and drywall that you'd like to cantilever off of?

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    ^^^ Here is the man with all the answers.




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    Thanks RAW and Sikk! Here are some ideas:

    If you have slatwall or want to explore that option, I have this solution:


    The cheapest option is this:


    The pièce de résistance is this:


    I remember seeing an aluminum folding one that I have a pic of on my laptop. Will have to look again for that one.
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    I have that last one in my garage, holds 4 wheels very comfortably. No idea what car the wheels go on as they have been hanging for years.
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    I would go with the first option James gave you

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    Great stuff James!

    I checked your website before I asked here. I think I like the last solution. My garage is drywalled. I'm looking to mount the rack up high to open up space below. I'll only be storing one set of tires.

    I'm mounting the rack on the side wall of the garage. It's only a two car garage, but I was thinking about extending the garage to be a four-car tandem. At that point maybe I'll need an 8 tire solution. Or the slatwall solution might be something to look into at a later date when I either extend the garage or work on a more extensive remodel.

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    a friend has this in his trailer and it works well:

    FOLD UP TIRE RACK

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