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YaThatsMe
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31/01/2019 4:05 am  

Does anyone know where I can get a wall mount for storing a board? I was initially thinking of just getting those pegs that you can screw into a wall to hold it in place, but realized that if I got a board with a different width, I'd have to drill more holes to move the pegs.

 

I found something like the attached photo, but I don't think they're being made anymore.  Anyone know of anything similar?

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31/01/2019 7:49 am  

i also would like to know what people use for just the "pegs" mentioned. i'll soon be up to 3 of my 4 board wall hanging collection so won't have to worry about changing out board widths and want to get them hung. i know people have suggested skate wheels, but what else?

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31/01/2019 9:12 am  

are you married to having them flat-based on the wall?  I assume its to display not just for storage correct?  If not, I built a rack like the one in the picture.  I just built one rack (not two as pictured) and mounted it horizontally and had 8-9 surfboards and snowboards (with and without bindings) all lined up against the wall.  Super easy to just grab and go. The cost was maybe $20 in materials and you'd pretty much only need a drill 

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31/01/2019 9:32 am  

also, just to note, I did the two single pegs thing for a while and the weight of a board with bindings was too much and gradually the board slumped further and further down.  As this happened the board had a wider and wider portion of it wedged between the pegs and the pegs splayed out.  I think it was a design flaw in the pegs I had (I think they were Burton RED back when that existed) where the anchor was not long enough even in a stud so it couldn't take the lateral force over the years.  Also, the studs in the wall I was mounting them were wider than the width of a typical board so I had to mount one with a drywall anchor which didn't hold as well.  I'm not in construction or contracting but I imagine it would be rare to be able to mount both pegs in studs and not be much much wider than than the board.  I've seen a few exposed houses gutted and the studs don't look 255-315mm apart for a typical board measurement.  Just a thought

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31/01/2019 9:47 am  

Studs shouldn't be further apart than 16"

I use an old longboard holder Evo was going to pitch in a dumpster


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31/01/2019 11:28 am  

I came up with the skateboard wheel thing on my own. To the best of my recollection I hadn't seen it done before or since. 

Another one that I've done that I've not seen anyone else do is use paracord to loop around the board with a slipknot in the back to snug like a noose. Hangs from a single point (stud). Accommodates any width, length, shape. Usually there's enough slack in it where when you lift the board it's not too hard to just slide it out or loosen the slipknot.

I've also taken tree stumps / rounds and chainsawed an angled 45 degree-ish notch in the top. The board slides in and the stump acts like a floor display. 

I've hung some from the ceiling with woven strapping / duct work support webbing.

I have some other ideas but they require access to metal working tools and a welder. Its fun to come up with ideas.

 

 

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31/01/2019 11:41 am  

I've done the parachord mounted from a single anchor point, but combined two of those setups--so one for nose, one for tail.  It was such that the board would hang horizontally with the base agains the wall.  I didn't care for that setup personally and switched to the peg setup then finally built the rack.

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31/01/2019 11:55 am  

Home made... 

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31/01/2019 1:43 pm  

I've had a design in my head for a while now, just need to get it built. Basically make a peg system so they are movable. A length of wood with a slot running the long way, each "peg" bolted through the slot. Like the Burton channel basically Need a wider or narrower space, just loosen the pegs a turn, slide to where you need it, and tighten back up.


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31/01/2019 3:58 pm  
Posted by: Mr. Irrelevant

i also would like to know what people use for just the "pegs" mentioned. i'll soon be up to 3 of my 4 board wall hanging collection so won't have to worry about changing out board widths and want to get them hung. i know people have suggested skate wheels, but what else?

Came across these...i think burton has a variant of it too

https://www.amazon.com/HANGTIME-Snowboard-Wall-Mount/dp/B07BZZXT54


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31/01/2019 4:00 pm  
Posted by: SoyMateo

are you married to having them flat-based on the wall?  I assume its to display not just for storage correct?  If not, I built a rack like the one in the picture.  I just built one rack (not two as pictured) and mounted it horizontally and had 8-9 surfboards and snowboards (with and without bindings) all lined up against the wall.  Super easy to just grab and go. The cost was maybe $20 in materials and you'd pretty much only need a drill 

Screen Shot 2019 01 31 at 9.10.15 AM

I was hoping to keep them flat mostly because i wanted to store them behind a door and having them flat would be the most space-saving way to do it without having the door run into it

 

If i can't find anything, might have to go with a rack like your idea and a new location for it!


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31/01/2019 4:02 pm  
Posted by: Muskrat

I've had a design in my head for a while now, just need to get it built. Basically make a peg system so they are movable. A length of wood with a slot running the long way, each "peg" bolted through the slot. Like the Burton channel basically Need a wider or narrower space, just loosen the pegs a turn, slide to where you need it, and tighten back up.

Not a bad idea!


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31/01/2019 8:22 pm  
Posted by: YaThatsMe
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i also would like to know what people use for just the "pegs" mentioned. i'll soon be up to 3 of my 4 board wall hanging collection so won't have to worry about changing out board widths and want to get them hung. i know people have suggested skate wheels, but what else?

Came across these...i think burton has a variant of it too

https://www.amazon.com/HANGTIME-Snowboard-Wall-Mount/dp/B07BZZXT54

i cant say i even understand what this is

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01/02/2019 1:40 pm  

you mount them across from each other then slide the board in vertically


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04/02/2019 6:46 pm  

saw these recently.  $6 for two.

https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40350143/?gclid=CjwKCAiA4t_iBRApEiwAn-vt-4IbdP1IbV4TlJmCUoQcTkjrdrecra20eKbzScC0ElOFYpHWiYI75xoC7L4QAvD_BwE

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