When It’s Time to Change, Where Do You Put the Tires?
Every spring and fall, many DIYers perform the same ritual: the changing of the tires. And when you change your tires, you have to have tire storage for the old ones. For those of us who use the service offered by the garage, storage isn’t a problem. But those of us who pride ourselves on our ability to do it ourselves, we store our tires at home need a solution. So what do we do with the four, eight, sometimes up to 12 tires that need to be kept out of the way till next season? Pile them up in the corner? Hide them under the back balcony? In the shed? There never seems to be a perfect place to store them. Furthermore, wherever they end up, we find that we need that space for something else.
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With its highly versatile design, our wall support system for tires accommodates a variety of tire types, with or without rims, both in depth and width, with adjustable telescoping support bars. Made entirely of strong, durable steel with a scratch-resistant, black finish, it’s anchored directly into your wall studs providing safe, convenient storage. Its heavy-duty construction has been load-tested to a capacity of 400 lbs; and even when they’re fitted on rims and fully inflated, your tires will never reach that limit.
1.2 min readPublished On: April 22, 2017Categories: Uncategorized
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