Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jmanning215 Exactly what I needed
Chopped up allot of wood and wanted to store it in my garage. So i bought two of these. You have to purchase the 2x4 separate as long as you want them to be. So for one of these I bought two 6' 2x4s and the other two 8' 2x4s. The six foot set is holding together nicely, the eight foot has too much wood for the metal to hold so i had to wedge something against the side so it doesn't bend anymore. I am 5 foot 100 pounds and it didn't take muscle or genius to put together. These are nice looking and keep the wood off the floor and stacked pretty. Would buy again if I needed to hold just another face cord amount, but nothing larger.
July 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nan12 Firewood rack bracket kit Good Buy!
For under $30 this is a great buy. After getting all my wood on it I noticed that the ends were bowing out at the top. When the wood gets low again I think I will purchase some metal strapping and bolts to brace it by making an "X" at the back. I personally used a 12' 2x4 and had it cut in half to do the bottom.
It works great and looks a lot better then the milk crates I was using! lol
April 2, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cindylou fireplace rack
I've tried this bracket and the more expensive one with rounded top. I have to admit that the steel on this product seems a little stronger. I prefer this one over the other. I have both. I have 2 -1/2 cords in the back yard now and am putting 2 more outback JUST IN CASE.
Will get this one 2 times!
November 7, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Grace Easy to Assemble and Use
Not much to say really. The product was easy to put together and worked as promised. Of course lets see how it looks in about two years. But so far so good...
January 22, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Willy Great Value
Easy to assemble. Cut a 2x4x8' in half and use the 4' lengths as the base. At that width, holds about 75 logs. I'd recommend using pre-treated wood.
November 25, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 6039Master Leaves a little to be desired when compared to the Competitors.
Stopped in at Home depot on my way through town because someone said they seen log racks like the ones i already had. Yup, they look like landmanns, but they aint no landmanns!! Product was about 30 bucks, so i figured ok..ill try it out! I have a few log racks Similar to this but made my a different company so i knew what to look for. Right out of the box, i knew this model wouldnt be quite as sturdy as the others i work with, and use. My suggestion to all of those that decide to purchase this product, buy your self 8 bolts, 5/16ths in diameter 2 inches long. Get some nuts and some washers and use those to assemble the rack. Also, when you attatch the supports to the 2x4 frame, for heavens sake use longer screws. The little screws they include would be nice for building hobby cars or something, but not for stacking wood. FOR SERIOUS WOOD STACKERS: Besure to support the TOP of the rounded radius's. Brace it with a another 2x4 and some "U" bolts. A cross brace if you will. With about an extra 30 mins of work, these can be used to support the weight of a hefty pile of wood, but strait outta the box....wont happen. For the particular situtation in which i planned on using them, this model will do ok after the modifications i had to make. Shop wisley fellow fire wood burning folks!
December 16, 2012