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  1. #1
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    Can't find the 'ski storage' thread

    I recall the horizontal bars sticking out from the wall being the winner. Someone point me?
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    Is this what you are looking for?

    https://www.grizzly.com/products/Gri...SABEgLxEfD_BwE

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    Here’s one of the threads https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...d.php?t=279250


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    Yep, cheap and effective

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    Love the grizzly rack

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    I need to go to Utah.
    Utah?
    Yeah, Utah. It's wedged in between Wyoming and Nevada. You've seen pictures of it, right?

    So after 15 years we finally made it to Utah.....


    Thanks BCSAR and POWMOW Ski Patrol for rescues

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    Can't find the 'ski storage' thread

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    2”x 4”s, 1” dowel, and a couple of hours of basic carpentry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kootenayskier View Post
    2”x 4”s, 1” dowel, and a couple of hours of basic carpentry.
    My setup is the same as the lower photo, simple, cheap, effective. I don't know about alpine bindings, by I store my skis mounted with Rottefella Freerides with the tip down on the floor to aid water draining out of the binding. So horizontal wouldn't be as good for that, but that's probably yet another teledork issue that alpiners don't need to worry about. Is that a waterhog mat underneath the tails? Love those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3PinGrin View Post
    .... I store my skis mounted with Rottefella Freerides with the tip down on the floor to aid water draining out of the binding. ...
    Very wise; rusted out a pair of the no longer made red tubes before I learned that trick. grrrrrrrrr

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    I just used ladder hooks. predrilled then hand screwed them into the studs in my garage, was like 1.50 a hook


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    grabbed the grizzly rack. it is cheaper than the lumber and dowels method when accounting for same # of skis
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    I have two of the grizzly racks - highly recommended.

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    I use this stuff cuz its cheap/ readily available at the building supply and so is the melamine shelving, the metal track screws to the studs, the shelf struts slot in where ever i want and are very adjustable

    This pict shows 16" wide shelf struts over the window which will hold 3 pair of skis or a piece of shelving, you can see I used the shelving in the corner,

    I don't have a garage and the tennant is in the basement so this is in a spare bedroom/ gear storage/ wax room and you can't see the bench

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    Bought the Grizzly rack from Amazon. 3 tier version. Very stout and a good solution. My OCD will require me to paint the ugly green bars a matt black to match the vertical bars. This is a nice solution. Those are Experience 100s on the top bar, 140 at the tip for reference. The Grizzly rack was a little narrower than expected.

    Above those is my solution to the ski box storage. Bolted a 1/2" x3" wide piece of pine to the brackets to leverage the brackets. Works just fine.



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    i was inspired by this thread and bought some lumber.

    2x 48 1” dowels
    1x 2x4x8 piece of cedar


    good enough to get the heap of skis off the floor from the corner, not that there’s a huge quiver i’m working with here.

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    They got a name for the winners in the world

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    Grizzly racks are great. Now I have plenty of rook for even more skis. And my kids too.

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    Tip for the Grizzly racks: a strip of electrical tape on the top surface of each bar improves the friction, helping skis stay put.
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    3/4" foam weather stripping

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    3/4" foam weather stripping
    Sure, adhesive-backed product of your choice
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    Image is a couple years old, so most of the skis have been changed out, but I really like how this ended up

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    Quote Originally Posted by onenerdykid View Post
    Image is a couple years old, so most of the skis have been changed out, but I really like how this ended up

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    Nice. How about your boot rack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregL View Post
    Nice. How about your boot rack?
    Absolute nightmare. I've just got boots everywhere.

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