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Old 01-04-2010, 05:06 PM   #1
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Snowboard Storage?

Wondering how people in smaller places store their boards...

I want something like this I think

http://www.storeyourboard.com/snwostra2boa.html

Does anyone know if they are carried local?
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Dude, that looks so easy to make on your own after a quick visit to Rona. Just get wood + wood glue.

I've made a wooden gun rack for my paintball markers and as long as you've taken woodworking in HS, your project should be a piece of cake.
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you can buy something similar to that at home depot, the hangers are 2 dollars each.

they fit underneath the snowboard just like that one
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looks like two pieces of wood with a dowl stuck in them. Tey are asking way too much on that link. Check with home depot to see if they have something like that.
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Please don't buy that for $30.
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I use something similar to these.

they mount on the wall, and use the boards widest points either nose or tail to hold the board up.

you can easily place screws into the wall and do this as well. provided that the points that hold the board are coated to protect the edges.
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