Use this individual vertical deck hanger to display your favorite decks with pride! This skateboard hanger gives the appearance that the deck is "floating" off the wall. The hanger itself will not be visible, and the display of your decks will be achieved in an aesthetically clean manner. Get this display rack!
A little bit of history on this item: With our original concept for floating skateboard mounts that dates back to 2004, we believe you will get as much of a kick as we did when we installed our first gallery of skateboard art. Why did we design our skateboard display mounting system? The adage “necessity is the mother of invention” rings true here. We needed a fast and simple method to hang and showcase skateboards for a specific gallery show . We wanted the presentation to be as clean as possible; for the skateboards to hang with visual depth and tension, so the boards would to appear to be “floating” off the wall, with no apparent attachment. That was the goal and there was no device on the market to achieve this. So we went to work and our floating skateboard mount was born. Since then we are happy to say that many have used our display mounts to hang boards in homes, shops and galleries around the world with great satisfaction.
1.5" Display - Great for older boards that don't have large kick tails. It allows your skateboard to be closely pinned against the wall.
2.5" Display - Best option for modern boards or boards with full sized kick tails. The extra bit of clearance ensures your board will fit properly.
Easy to install, one hole needed in wall. Dry wall anchor and screw were included. I was able to use a standard size drill bit (they suggest a slightly odd size, but I went the next lower size and moved it around a bit to enlarge hole) to get the anchor in the drywall. Once screwed in, mount is very stable. Don't over torque!
Product is a very nicely made wood piece with one screw for mounting and two screws for putting through the truck holes. Screws pass through holes just fine. This is the unsecured method, meaning you can easily take the board off the mount (it is very secure though and won't just fall off or even close to it). I found that if you want to use the secured method, meaning you need to screw on some hardware, that didn't fit so well so i didn't use.
You do of course have to poke through your shrinkwrap if it's still in it to mount.
Be sure to adjust the screws standoff distance to hold board on first before wall mounting because it's tough if you try after the fact.
Love the way this looks
You do need a drill to put it up .
And we actually needed different
Hardware ;but once it's up
It's really cool !!!
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