Model # 90401

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ShelterLogic 4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover
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ShelterLogic

4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover

  • Cover adjusts to fit split wood up to 24 inches in length
  • Made of tubular steel for durability, strength and stability
  • Easy assembly
$53.40 /each

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The ShelterLogic 4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover has an open design that provides excellent ventilation for seasoning your firewood. It keeps wood off the ground and free from moisture and infestations, making it more efficient and ready to burn. The included polyester cover can be adjusted to fit up to 24 in. lengths of split wood and moves up and down the firewood rack with the level of the wood, allowing for quick and easy access. Durably constructed with a tubular steel frame and a powder-coated black finish, this firewood rack is sturdy and strong for long-lasting and reliable outdoor use.

  • Keeps firewood off of the ground and protected from bugs, mold growth and wood rot
  • Black powder-coated finish for lasting durability and beauty
  • 2-way adjustable polyester cover slides up and down to fit the height of the wood stack
  • Holds 1/5 cord of wood

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Is 4 foot the width of the rack?

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December 20, 2012
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4 ft. across,2 ft deep,4 ft high
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It is 4 ft.H x 4 ft.L x 2 ft. W
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December 18, 2012
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It is the length of the rack. The width is about 24 inches or the average size of a piece of firewood.
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November 11, 2012
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yes
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October 23, 2012
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No, its the lenght
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October 23, 2012
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The 4' is the length of the rack, not the width.
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September 4, 2012
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ShelterLogic 4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover
Model # 90401 Internet # 202100840
Assembled dimension: 15.5 in. W x 49.7 in. D x 46.6 in. H
The rack is approximately four feet long (49.7 in. per the manufacturer specs) / 15.5 in. wide (deep) / 46.6 in. high (tall)
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August 4, 2012
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Yes, the stackable area between the "End Pipes" is 4 feet.
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yes, fits perfectly where i had intended to put ir
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May 30, 2012
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4 foot is the length. Width is about 18 inches.
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May 1, 2012
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"4' is the length on Shelterlogics 4' Firewood Rack. The
width is 15.5."
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"The width of Shelterlogics 4' Firewood Rack is 15.5"."
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Does the cover fit over the entire rack of wood?

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December 16, 2012
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April 9, 2013
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No the cover fits only the top of the rack. It has velcro on the sides of the cover to fit around the rack's side poles.I submitted a photo to Home Depot to post so you can see how it fits.
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March 19, 2013
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Yes it covers the whole rack.
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It fits over the entire top. It's adjustable (for longer wood). So horizontally, it fits the entire rack. Vertically, it covers about three or four rows of wood, depending on the size of the wood. So to answer your question...no, it does NOT cover the entire rack of wood....but you really don't want to do that anyway (mold and moisture). It covers enough to keep the top wood dry. As you take wood from Read More
It fits over the entire top. It's adjustable (for longer wood). So horizontally, it fits the entire rack. Vertically, it covers about three or four rows of wood, depending on the size of the wood. So to answer your question...no, it does NOT cover the entire rack of wood....but you really don't want to do that anyway (mold and moisture). It covers enough to keep the top wood dry. As you take wood from the top, it keeps the next three or four rows dry, etc. Read Less
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Chicago, IL, USA
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January 23, 2013
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It does fit over the entire rack of wood. You have to make sure your wood length is within the with of the rack though. Cover could be a bit bigger.
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High desert California
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January 22, 2013
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The cover slides over the 'arms' at the side and hooks together with velcro. As you use the wood, the cover slides down to keep the wood covered. The cover seems to be made of a good quality weather-proof material. Time will tell how it wears. So much better then a blue tarp which falls apart and shreds after one year.
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December 21, 2012
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It fits like it looks in the photo...across the top of the wood and extending down around 18 inches
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Georgia, USA
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December 20, 2012
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Not when full
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December 20, 2012
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No.The covers fits over the top foot,of wood,enough for at least 5 fires.As you remove wood,you lower the cover,so there will always be enough dry wood.
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Kathy,
The cover fits over the top of the wood as shown in the photo. It covers more wood than we could use over a weekend. As you use the wood, you drop the cover. If you need the sides covered to the bottom you could always drape a tarp over the whole thing.
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Germantown, WI, USA
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No, the cover does fit over the entire stack of wood. It essentially covers about 2 feet over the top thus not allowing for rain or other weather elements to soak down into the wood. With hard rains (sideway rains), only the ends of the wood get wet and that dries up pretty quickly.
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December 18, 2012
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No just the top and a little down the sides. It does have a lot of adjustment, so as the pile gets smaller, the cover will adjust down. Each end has velcro so that you can keep it tight. We have had some significant winds this year and the cover stays on.
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Does the bottom have intermittant bars all the way from end to end?

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January 22, 2013
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No it does not have intermittent bars. But if your wood is cut to 24" lengths as mine is then it lays across it perfectly and stacks nicely. In addition the metal is heavy and sturdy. I am a senior and had to drag it to the yard after I assembled it on my patio.
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No intermittent bars,but stacking is easy, with the sturdiness of the rack.
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November 17, 2012
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no its just parallel bars and not like railroad tracks. but the wood stacks across just fine
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no intermittent rails, only two lengthwise
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It has a long bar that runs from end to end
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The bars across the bottom are one complete piece and sturdy. And yes, they connect from one end to the other.
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No, the sticks of wood lie across the bars of the rack.
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ShelterLogic 4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover
Model # 90401 Internet # 202100840
The bottom support bars and upright bars do not have cross bars. The side support tubes connect to the bottom of the rack. They are very sturdy tubular steel and if you use wood cut to the correct length and stack it well cross bars are not needed.
We have everything from large pieces at the bottom to almost kindling size at Read More
ShelterLogic 4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover
Model # 90401 Internet # 202100840
The bottom support bars and upright bars do not have cross bars. The side support tubes connect to the bottom of the rack. They are very sturdy tubular steel and if you use wood cut to the correct length and stack it well cross bars are not needed.
We have everything from large pieces at the bottom to almost kindling size at the top. This is a well made product and I highly recommend it! Read Less
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August 17, 2012
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There are no intermittent bars. However, in my opinion, they are not needed. The frame is plenty strong by itself, so long as you have a firm foundation. My rack sits on my concrete patio.
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The design is simple. Two (2) End Pipes connected to two (2) "Base Pipes" with eight (8) carriage bolts/hex nuts. All "Pipes" are U-shaped and seamless.
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August 1, 2012
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"Shelterlogics 4' Firewood Rack does not have intermittant bars from end to end."
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how much wood does it hold

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Approx 50 pieces of wood.
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It will hold 1/4 of a cord.
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I have 27 pieces of firewood on the rack right now; looks to be about 1/4 full
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1/4 of a cord.
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alittle less than a 1/2 cord
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This 4' rack holds quite a bit of wood. It's dependant upon how the wood is cut but I would say it easily holds a cord.
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Approximately 1/4 cord of wood - no more than that.
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ShelterLogic 4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover
Model # 90401 Internet # 202100840
Per the manufacturer specs this item holds 1/4 cord of wood.
It is well made and a great value. It keeps the wood off the ground, stacked neatly and has a cover to keep the top couple of rows dry.
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It will easily hold several hundred pounds of fire wood. I think I have 1/4 to 1/3 of a cord in mine.
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The stackable area is roughly measured to 4ft W x 3ft H x 18" D.
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August 1, 2012
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"Shelterlogic's 4' Firewood Rack with Cover holds 1/4 Cord of Wood with a
1,100 1b. load."
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4 ft. Firewood Rack with Cover is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 212.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK wood rack The rack did not sit flat on the floor when assembled. It had to be disassembled, the pipes re-bent to right angles in a vice, and reassembled. Once that was done it sat on the floor and did not rock. But not all people have a big vice!! JF
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just as advertized. I was looking for a rack for a small amount of wood. This was just the ticket! This is a very useful rack.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Firewood rack with cover Rack is the perfect size for me. Very well made. Only issue I have is the cover doesn't fit!
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The cover is easy to adjust. The overlap seams shown at the end are velcro flaps. Intention is ... The cover is easy to adjust. The overlap seams shown at the end are velcro flaps. Intention is to drop top flap and over/under sides. Too tight out of the box to fit as shown but likely will stretch a bit over time. The powder coat was marred to metal in some spots. I used a couple of cans of outdoor paint to build up a stronger finish. Do this right out of the box for best results. Pros: Easy assembly Floating cover Cons: Powder coat issues
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought two of these. They go together pretty easily and they are very sturdy. I had one bolt ... I bought two of these. They go together pretty easily and they are very sturdy. I had one bolt that was stripped, but I had an extra in my shop and made do. The tubes are strong and no need to over tighten. The cover is nice and keeps the rain off the top and moves down as the wood is used.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Product was easy to assemble & the way the cover fits over the wood but is held in place by the e... Product was easy to assemble & the way the cover fits over the wood but is held in place by the endposts is clever. Only downside is firewood isn't always cut precisely, so the bottom layer has to be long enough to straddle the frame to start the stack.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Price was good and the rack was sturdy, but the cover is a nightmare! Doesn't, fit well had to f... Price was good and the rack was sturdy, but the cover is a nightmare! Doesn't, fit well had to follow the almost non existent directions for the cover assembly. Boy sureifI would recommend it because of the cover.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy but scratched paint I would buy this again but was disappointed with the very thin paint job on it as well as scratched up straight out of the box. I bought a can of spray paint and repainted but should not have had to do so.
Date published: 2017-01-03
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