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Old 09-11-2009, 12:45 PM   #1
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wall brackets for doors?

Hey guys i finally am getting around to organizing my garage. I saw the quadratec had a set of brackets that will hold both full doors to get them up out of the way but they are $50. Does anyone have a better option? I am not sure if any of the brackets they sell at lowes/home depot are heavy enough to hold the doors.

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you might be able to use those bicycle hooks. you would have to hang the doors seperate tho...just a thought

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Old 09-11-2009, 01:11 PM   #3
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I just used 4 10" Lag bolts w/ a cloth duct taped around the bolt for padding. Cost about 5 bucks at your local hardware store.
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Old 09-11-2009, 01:55 PM   #4
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I screwed a piece of 2x4 into the studs in my garage then bought the square looking bicycle hooks (not the round type). I drilled holes a little smaller than the hooks in the 2x4, then screwed them in. There are two hooks, and it holds both doors, and the 2x4 positions the hooks out far enough so the doors don't stick out when hung on the hooks.

2x4 I had lying around, and the hooks were a few dollars apiece.
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This is from another board but this is what I did

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they are from a company called Slidelock

I don't know what they cost because my neighbor sells them and he gave them to me for free
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