This is the galvanized (black) version of our top-selling SUP rack - now a weather resistant outdoor storage solution for saltwater environments, exactly where you need store your paddleboard!
Saltwater Resistant. The SUP rack is made of heavy duty, galvanized steel and comes with stainless steel mounting hardware, making it the right choice for storing your paddleboards at the water's edge, on your dock, deck, pier or marina, saving you from lugging them around. For outdoor rust-resistant paddleboard storage, look no further.
Supension Strap System. The Suspension SUP Wall Rack is a unique stand up paddleboard wall rack because it will store your board with zero pressure points. These suspension straps conform to your board's geometry and are what allow this rack to not create any pressure points on your board - awesome!
What SUPs does it hold? The rack's monolithic, tubular steel construction allows you to store SUPs up to 100 lbs! The U-cradle of the rack is 8" wide, so you can store wider touring and race SUPs in the rack, too. Although it's an outdoor-rated rack, you can use it anywhere - your home, garage, shed or outdoors. Here's the same rack for 2 SUPs!
Safety Tie Down Straps. The SUP rack has built in, adjustable safety straps to ensure your SUP stays securely in place. This keeps your SUPs secure when they're stored outdoors in a windy spot or if you're afraid someone might bump into your board.
Note: the outdoor version of this rack is black; the yellow racks pictured are the indoor version used for demonstration purposes.
Determine spacing for the SUP racks. As with all Suspenz racks, the ideal spacing is 40 percent of boat length, at least that’s what the engineers say. Always anchor into a wooden wall stud. Use a mounting screw to mark the hole locations. The mounting holes are spaced 4 inches apart. Use a 3/16 drill bit. Soap the screw threads – an old carpenter’s trick. Leaving the top screw loose makes it easy to rotate the rack to find the bottom screw hole. Studs are typically on 16 inch centers. Mount second rack arm at same height as first.
Adjusting the rack straps: Undo velcro on the safety strap. Undo velcro on the support strap. Set length so SUP is suspended without touching the arm. Re-attach velcro to position safety strap. Secure SUP with safety strap. With the expansion plate kit, it is easy to add storage for a second SUP. Assembling a double SUP rack. The single SUP configuration extends 10 inches from the wall. The double SUP configuration extends 20 inches from the wall.
Had a handy man put them up with no trouble. Time will tell if the rust. I hope not!
I am very pleased with this rack. It is really strong and works perfects mounted on the side of our boat house. I have been looking for a way to get me board out of the way and safely stored because as we all know dock space is precious.
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