Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 37
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moose1 Perfect For Garage Makeover
The Husky Secure Lock Track Wall is easy to install and looks great.
November 17, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by sawdustmaker Nearly Junk
I have been using the Husky Securelock system in my garage for about 6 months. I purchased it instead of the pricier Rubbermaid system, thinking that I preferred the selection of hooks, etc. -- and the lower price. Big mistake!
The attachments are not secure -- nor do they lock.. The little cam locks do not even contact the track wall. This is particularly problematic with the S-hooks (THD201), as you have to apply side pressure to put a tool in or out of the S-hook, and the S-hooks just slide back and forth on the track. If you try to hang something (e.g., pick or mattock) that fits snugly on the short utility hook (THD202), the hook comes off the track with the tool when you take it down. If you want "secure" from this system, be ready to drill some holes, and screw the hooks to the track.
Another problem with the S-hooks is that the foam covering is so hard and slick that any tool with a smooth handle will often just slide down and out of the hook -- worse in cool temperatures.
I do like the large capacity hook (THD206) for hanging my line trimmer.
While I am usually very happy with my purchases from Home Depot, this system is pretty close to junk.
February 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lawrence Sturdy, inexpensive, gets the job done. That's the power...
I got lucky with these on clearance for 30-40% off. Six tracks and four hanging accessories for $60. For those who don't seem to quite get how to install these...use a drill! I cut mine to a custom size and drilled four, three inch white wooden screws (from Husky, designed especially for these tracks) and voila! Drill right into the studs. It'll make a huge difference. Drill baby, drill!
January 30, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by PGCR DO NOT BUY THIS TRACK!!!
Does not support the rated weight. Specs for the track indicate 75 lbs per linear foot (that is 300 lbs for a 4-ft long section); specs for the bike holder indicate 35 lbs. I hanged four bikes total weight less than 130 lb and the heavier bike is 33 lb. THE TRACK BROKE IN LESS THAN A MONTH!!! To make things worse the bikes fell on top of the minivan.
December 12, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Honeydoer Nice but pricey
I have looked at a lot of track systems for my garage and these are by far the best looking I found. They are easy to install and really helped with my garage clutter. With 6 tracks I have been able to get most all the gardening stuff up off the floor and easily accessible. I am going to install a couple more for haning motorcycle gear and a couple of other things. The only complaint I have is that I think the hooks and accesories are priced about 2 dollars too much per accessory.
August 19, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by sessions Do not purchase for hanging bikes!!!!!!
I have used other brands similar to the track set up Husky is making without issues. The Husky track wall recently broke just from my mountain bike hanging on it. I am not impressed and recommend a different brand.
June 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jebeatty Easy Install and holds up well.
Very pleased with this project, we went half way around the garage with the tracking pieces. And utilized all the hanging gear. The only problem was no instructions.
November 5, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gianni Great bargain compared to similar and more costly wall storage systems
I have been researching garage storage systems for a few weeks and was focusing on a pricier system because of the reviews on this Husky system. however, i just couldn't deny that the husky system was so much less expensive and ultimately worth a shot. I am sure glad I gave the husky system a try!
Here are the 2 key items you need to know;
1. The 2 inch Husky screws are insufficient. Many new construction garages have 2 sheets of 3/4" Sheetrock to go through. common sense says you need a minimum 3" screw. I ended up using 3" inch deck screws. I would recommend the same to all regardless of 1 or 2 sheets of Sheetrock. Husky designers - bad move. fix the issue.
2. You absolutely must get the screws into the studs. if you are hanging multiple tracks and using the husky joiners i would recommend really planning out your install to ensure you have no less than 4 studs for each 4 feet of track wall (including the joiners). Husky - I recommend you guys clarify this in the instructions and come up with a better way to account for the width of multiple joiners on such installs.
I installed the product last weekend and have since hung a number of heavy tools, work benches and a bike rack. all are up and showing zero signs of failure. I love the padding on many of the hooks sold for this system. I think the locking mechanism can be improved, but either way i am very happy. I also like the fact that Husky offers a much less expensive "clip" like hook that allows you to hang smaller items such as umbrellas, small hand tools, etc.
All in all, I am really happy. If you are not handy, ask someone who is for advice. The 2 items I mentioned above will make the difference between satisfaction and dissatisfaction.
June 7, 2012