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Created by Ads01 1 month ago, 17 Dec 2019
Ads01
QLD, 18 posts
17 Dec 2019 10:23AM
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I'm looking for a Diy,free standing ,mobile,timber sup rack design.
Any designs out there?

Nugdam
QLD, 363 posts
17 Dec 2019 4:53PM
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Ads01 said..
I'm looking for a Diy,free standing ,mobile,timber sup rack design.
Any designs out there?


What sort of space are you working with and how many boards?

I used some 70 x 35 drilled some holes and cut broom handle for the dividers. Bought some cheap pool noodles from Kmart to line the broom hand and timber. It only holds 3 boards but works well and does not take up much space.

You could easily put some wheels on it to make it mobile.

JZOrewa
33 posts
18 Dec 2019 11:06AM
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Ads01 said..
I'm looking for a Diy,free standing ,mobile,timber sup rack design.
Any designs out there?



I just use 2 shelve units with 3 shelves each from Bunings, cheap as:
www.bunnings.co.nz/handy-storage-1370-x-710-x-305mm-4-tier-shelving-unit_p02583029
Leave them apart enough to be able to put the nose of the board inside one of them and then reverse towards the second one.
Works if your boards have the same size.

supthecreek
1863 posts
18 Dec 2019 7:03PM
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As usual.... I go with the less complex.





bomberdave
VIC, 224 posts
19 Dec 2019 8:32AM
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supthecreek said..
As usual.... I go with the less complex.






Love it STC ..by my count thats a 10 board quiver??

bomberdave
VIC, 224 posts
19 Dec 2019 8:41AM
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My rack !!! Ikea table legs, $5 set, and some pool noodles ohh and new ebike and SUP trailer ..the remote peak explorer, no crowds for me this summer.







fester
WA, 303 posts
21 Dec 2019 1:58PM
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18mm ply this one screwed into a brick pilar or Ali/timber cleat to fix to the wall.

supthecreek
1863 posts
21 Dec 2019 8:56PM
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bomberdave said..

supthecreek said..
As usual.... I go with the less complex.






Love it STC ..by my count thats a 10 board quiver??


Nah mate..... those are the ones I am NOT using in winter wetsuit gear.

The "Active" rack is in my van

PS
I like your Creek-E Bike!

bomberdave
VIC, 224 posts
22 Dec 2019 8:35AM
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supthecreek said..

bomberdave said..


supthecreek said..
As usual.... I go with the less complex.






Love it STC ..by my count thats a 10 board quiver??



Nah mate..... those are the ones I am NOT using in winter wetsuit gear.

The "Active" rack is in my van

PS
I like your Creek-E Bike!


STC is that a CreekEbike ?? (creekybike)

supthecreek
1863 posts
22 Dec 2019 5:56AM
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bomberdave said..

supthecreek said..


bomberdave said..



supthecreek said..
As usual.... I go with the less complex.







Love it STC ..by my count thats a 10 board quiver??




Nah mate..... those are the ones I am NOT using in winter wetsuit gear.

The "Active" rack is in my van

PS
I like your Creek-E Bike!



STC is that a CreekEbike ?? (creekybike)


This is a CreekyBike
No E.... just me





Dash
NSW, 40 posts
24 Dec 2019 7:48PM
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I bought BoardRax just over 2 years ago. They are free standing horizontal racks on wheels that can lock. A guy sells them out of Narrabeen. I think I found them on Gumtree.

Would think they are definitely more expensive than a DIY rack but I needed something free standing and figured over a few years the extra $$$ wouldn't be bad.

They are exactly what I wanted. So simple to assemble (match the #1 with #1 and screw in, match the #2 with #2 and screw in etc) and have lasted really well. Normally have 3 SUPs, a longboard and some paddles on it. Never looked like that was too much. Really easy to move around to clean the garage too.

Like I said there are probably plenty of cheaper options but they did what I needed.

colas
3606 posts
25 Dec 2019 6:28PM
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Dash said..
I bought BoardRax just over 2 years ago. They are free standing horizontal racks on wheels that can lock.


A nice design, allowing equal access to all boards.
A version where the boards would be not vertical but slanted may be the solution for SUPs longer than a room/garage height.

Dash
NSW, 40 posts
26 Dec 2019 11:28AM
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colas said..

Dash said..
I bought BoardRax just over 2 years ago. They are free standing horizontal racks on wheels that can lock.



A nice design, allowing equal access to all boards.
A version where the boards would be not vertical but slanted may be the solution for SUPs longer than a room/garage height.


Sorry, misinterpreted - the boards lie horizontal on the rack so room height isn't an issue



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