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Black Vinyl-Coated Heavy Duty Steel Wall Mounted Bike Hanger

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The versatile Heavy-Duty Bike Hanger can be used to hang more than just a bike. It can hold up to 50 lbs., so it can help to organize the garage, attic or storage shed by storing lawn chairs, yard and sports equipment out of your way. With a sharp point that bores easily into wood, it can be installed indoors or out.

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  • Made of steel
  • Heavy-duty steel with a black protective vinyl covering
  • Hang vertically or horizontally
  • Hook screws directly into surface without using additional tools
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Do I need to drill a hole to the stud first?

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Do I need to drill a hole into the stud first? If yes, what is size of hole need to be pre-drilled?
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Yes, I did. You might be able to screw these in without a pre-drilled hole but it would be tough!
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Doing a small pilot hole with bike hooks (especially these that have a larger diameter thread) helps a lot. If possible, I would recommend that you either install a ledger board (aka 2x4) running across the rafters or plywood. This will give you some flexibility to either decrease or increase the spacing on-center between hooks. (You can run the hooks as tight as 12 inches OC for long term storage or 18 Read More
Doing a small pilot hole with bike hooks (especially these that have a larger diameter thread) helps a lot. If possible, I would recommend that you either install a ledger board (aka 2x4) running across the rafters or plywood. This will give you some flexibility to either decrease or increase the spacing on-center between hooks. (You can run the hooks as tight as 12 inches OC for long term storage or 18 to 24 inches OC for bikes used daily. If you use the wider spacing you may also add a hook between bike hooks to hang spare bike wheels or tires.) The use of a ledger board also allows you an easier task to pre drill and install the hooks on the ground vs. over your head.
If your bike is less than 50 lbs. I would keep the drill pilot hole to no greater than half the diameter of the hook shaft. The pilot hole is just to help keep the hooks pre spaced, quicker to screw in and keep the wood from cracking. If you have trouble turning the hook to install it you can always use a short broom stick or long screw driver to add leverage as you turn it. Read Less
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Can I install it on a conrete wall?

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I would not recommend screwing this threaded hook into a concrete wall. It is best used for a hanging weighted item as dead weight pulling down vs. at a 90 degree.
Now if you need to hang a bike on a concrete wall then you should consider screwing into the concrete wall a wooden ledger board (2x4 / 2x6 or 3/4"or thicker plywood) running across the wall that a wall style hook can be drilled into. Wall Read More
I would not recommend screwing this threaded hook into a concrete wall. It is best used for a hanging weighted item as dead weight pulling down vs. at a 90 degree.
Now if you need to hang a bike on a concrete wall then you should consider screwing into the concrete wall a wooden ledger board (2x4 / 2x6 or 3/4"or thicker plywood) running across the wall that a wall style hook can be drilled into. Wall hooks cost 3 to 10 times more than ceiling hooks but may give you some benefits of adding a security chain or cable or a hook that is no higher than 6 feet off the floor (7ft if you stagger two bike rows). Read Less
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This product should be installed in a wood stud or mounted to a piece of wood.
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what size and type of screw is recommended to use to mount a 2 x 6 wood beam into the concrete, so you could use these bike screws on a concrete wall? thanks in advance.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great quality! I installed these into a 2X4 and then to my garage wall (my beams are oddly spread apart). The hooks are high quality and the rubber coating is great for protecting my bike's wheels. March 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handy hook Easy to install. Does not damage surface. Right price. August 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Upper End of Bike Hooks - Until Cover Comes Off In my day job, I design commuter bike parking rooms and outfit parking garages for developers. I have been using about 10 of these hooks for about 3 years at home. I bought them to "upgrade" from my older vinyl dipped hooks ( I still use the older hooks for wheels and other bikes in deep storage). The plus: they are often a larger hook (larger wheels or ease of loading) and can offer more protection from rim scratching. The negative: I just noticed the foam has started to shred on the hooks most in use (thus worse protection than the older style hooks). They still are great value if lightly used or if you are looking for a more 'polished' urban hip bike room with black hooks vs. the more common grey or red hooks. December 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent for any size bike I have been using these in my garage to hang bikes from the cieling for over 30 years. I have at least 10 bikes hanging off these right now. They are all hanging off 1 wheel. I had both my 40 year old daughter's and my 31 year old son's first bikes hanging off these, and now my daughter's kids are riding them. I have a Tag-a-long bike, a 3 speed bike, and a couple of multispeed speed bikes hanging off these. I had my high school 5 speed bike hanging up there and last year took it down and rebuilt it as a single speed bike. I also had a Raliegh Chopper from my childhood days hanging off one of these that my son recently reconditioned and rides on the boardwalk near his house. I am in the process of installing more for my newer bikes. These are great and at this price a better overhead bike support can't be found. (installation note: predrill or drive in and remove a pilot nail first - use a long screwdriver as a hool to assist turning the hook.) November 4, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Covering came off after one week This hook was used to hang a bicycle from a garage ceiling. I used it to replace a smaller hook with red plastic covering that finally needed to be replaced after more than 10 years of use. The covering only lasted one week. November 8, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Bicycles, lawn spreader, yard cart/wagon I have three bikes hanging from these hooks. Two I have hanging by both of the wheels and the third I have hanging by the front wheel and the rear tire resting against the wall. I also have my spreader on another and I have two holding my yard cart by the rear axle. It would be great to get a child's wagon up off the floor. I used them in the past to hold my surf boards and with the rubber coating it didn't scratch or crack the fiberglass boards. The bullet points in the description says without additional tools, but I highly suggest drilling a pilot hole, and a long screwdriver or piece of pipe to help screw the hanger into the wall. August 29, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by WORST BIKE HOOK... EVER!!! This was advertised at the store as a "bike hook" and even notes that this hook can be used for bicycles in the online desciption... BUT... this is NOT A BIKE HOOK! We've tried two different sized bikes, a children's and an adult's. None worked. We even tried taking off the pedals. Did not work. The issue with these hooks being used as a bike hook is the fact that the hook part is too close to the wall. Either the pedal is in the way, the tire gets in the way, or the handle bar is in the way. I tried so many ways to make our bikes fit however the only thing I got was two holes, scratches, and scuff marks on my newly painted garage wall :( If you're thinking about using these as bike hooks, save your money and your walls and DO NOT BUY THESE HOOKS (I wish I didn't.) June 21, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works perfectly I'm using a pair of these hangers for a 400w hood lamp and they're exactly what I need. They handle the weight great and allow me to hang the power chord and extra rope in addition to the pulley. Make sure you measure out the desired location for the hangers first. :) March 12, 2013
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