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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. AbSoLooT1's Avatar
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    Sick Rail Style RC Wall Mount ~

    Hey fellas,
    Check this out. Like a lot of us, needed some storage, and came up with this solution. Picked this up at Lowes, as they had their own Kobalt brand, and there was one other. Liked the style of this one better, and the hooks I chose could not have turned out any better. Each rail is 50 inches, and they are mounted to wall Studs using square counter sunk black wall screws. Two tracks at about 9 dollars each, plus each hook at about 9 dollars
    Total cost so far is 60 bucks, plus an additional two hooks.

















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    Excellent idea my boy LooT!!! hahaha

    I'm definitely going to look into that!!
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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. AbSoLooT1's Avatar
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    Thanks ma-bro. Oh man it works so good... Some said they don't like how it buts up against the links, but its actually just the pic. It holds it by the towers. SO perfect! And u could do like 3 rows of this or even 4 on a whole wall. Fits TONS of RCs.
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    Great idea, will be looking into this down the road. From the photos it looks like it holds them a few inches away from the wall too?

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