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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm View Post
    I have the high weight capacity shelving unit from Costco where you can set variable shelf height so adjusted the lower shelf to the height of the monster 21" Cayenne wheels and tyres and all 'spares' fit there easily. The draw back of this configuration is the shelving unit does consume the all so precious garage space

    https://www.costco.com/Edsal-Storage...100399157.html
    Two car garage. have to get them off the ground up high


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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by tiwilli View Post
    Two car garage. have to get them off the ground up high


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    Done!






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  3. #13
    I had the Canadian Tire one before but I now have to the one below from Princess Auto. On sale at $80

    https://www.princessauto.com/en/deta...ck/A-p8286148e

    I prefer this one because width is adjustable and stud spacing is not a problem. You just drill new holes in the rail if required.
    Last edited by hsal; 04-14-2018 at 08:46 AM.
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by hsal View Post
    I had the Canadian Tire one before but I now have to the one below from Princess Auto. On sale at $80

    https://www.princessauto.com/en/deta...ck/A-p8286148e

    I prefer this one because width is adjustable and stud spacing is not a problem. You just drill new holes in the rail if required.
    That would save a lot of hassle finding studs


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    If you store tires long term, unmounted tires should on their tread and mounted on the sidewall.

    Just the messenger with 4 sets of tires and wheels in his garage.


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  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Perci View Post
    If you store tires long term, unmounted tires should on their tread and mounted on the sidewall.

    Just the messenger with 4 sets of tires and wheels in his garage.


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    The best way to store tires is standing upright it puts less stress on the tires. If you have to stack your tires, try not to stack them too high. If your tire tower gets too tall, it could topple over and damage the tires.

    However, if your tires are mounted on the rims, you should store them stacked, not upright.


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    I've got one still in the box $25.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by carnird View Post
    I've got one still in the box $25.
    Too late, finished project. Thanks though


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