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To Store Your Tires And Wheels?
Check Out Our Garage Tire Racks!"

Our garage tire racks will aid in your garage storage and garage organization ideas plan and are a great product for garage storage of extra tires and wheels from RV's, hot rods or extra tires and wheels for the family SUV. Getting those tires and wheels up off the floor and out of the path of travel is part of every good garage de-cluttering plan.

Tire Loft
Model# 01012

Fixed Width Tire Loft

The Tire Loft shown at the left has a fixed width of 48" that will hold up to 4 tires and wheels and is capable of bearing a weight load of 375 pounds evenly distributed across the structural steel rack frame. This is a great way to store those extra seasonal, recreational, racing or ATV tires and wheels.

The Tire Loft garage tire rack is constructed from all steel and finished in a red powder coated finish. It is designed to attach to wood or steel wall studs that are 12", 16" or 24" on-center. It can also be attached to concrete masonry or solid concrete walls. For metal stud walls order our "Metal Stud Installation Kit" to aid in your installation. For Concrete Masonry or solid Concrete walls order our "Concrete Installation Kit".

This model has a shipping weight of 29 pounds and measures 48" in length, 28.5" in width and 28" in heigth. Complete installation instructions are included and it is relatively easy for one person to install it. It is a great addition to any garage storage scheme.

Heavy Duty Adjustable Tire Loft
Model# 01000

Heavy Duty Adjustable Tire Loft

The Heavy Duty Adjustable Tire Loft shown at the left is ideal for tire and wheel storage. It telescopes in width from 38" to 52" and mounts onto our Master Rail system that structurally connects to your wall. This model is capable of bearing a uniformly distributed weight load of 400 pounds across its all-steel rack.

This model comes with a black powder coat finish and fits in with any garage storage color scheme. It has a shipping weight of 44 pounds and measures 66' in length (fully extended), 28.5" in width and 28" in height.

It is designed to attach to wood or steel wall studs that are 12", 16" or 24" on-center. It can also be attached to concrete masonry or solid concrete walls. For metal stud walls order our "Metal Stud Installation Kit" to aid in your installation. For Concrete Masonry or solid Concrete walls order our "Concrete Installation Kit".

Garage Tips: If you have plenty of garage storage space, consider mounting your tire rack at about 3' off of the floor in an out of the way place. This will make it very easy to get the tires on and off of the tire rack. If you are very tight on garage storage space, yet have plenty of ceiling height, consider mounting your rack at 6' 6" to 7' 0" from the bottom of the rack above the floor so you can walk under it. Safe headroom clearance is the key to mounting the tire rack up high.

Consider our other HyLoft® garage storage products in your garage storage and garage organization ideas plans. We have a complete line of wall shelving and ceiling mounted shelving to get those seasonal items up and off of your garage floor.



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