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Old 4 Days Ago   #1
 
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Garage/Storage Porn

If you are anything like me you probably have a shiz ton of gear from boating, bikes, skis all crammed into an under sized garage. How you guys storing all this stuff, got any creative ideas?

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Great idea for a thread right now...I'm looking for a project to do at the house.
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Good timing for this thread on multiple levels, I just moved into a new house and have gained an entire two car garage just for gear and can't wait to start to get it organized.

I am thinking about doing to ceiling mounted oar storage, anyone try that?
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Everything in my shop / garage is on wheels. For gear storage, I like these wire rolling shelves. Sometimes you can find really good prices on them at restaurant supply stores, like half of what Costco wants for them.

When I moved recently, I left all the gear on them and rolled them right up the ramp onto the Uhaul truck.

Great for moving around to clean out behind etc. I have another one with my dry box, cooler, firepan, groover, etc. on.
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This is going to be depressing and motivating for me. Going to clean up the %#*^show in my garage....soon. Thanks
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Garage is a mess but here is some of my solutions. Repurposed some old snow boards to hold skis and oars, a set of shelves my wife is slowly taking over, and a 4ft by 12ft shelf for coolers and what not. Boat and other gear stay rolled in closet. Frames sit outside.
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This is what I have been using for oar storage. Just 3/8 eye bolts in ceiling joists with retired cam straps. A half hitch around the eye bolt to keep the straps from slipping. I just loosen the strap and slide the oars out. Simple and cheap.
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This is what I have been using for oar storage. Just 3/8 eye bolts in ceiling joists with retired cam straps. A half hitch around the eye bolt to keep the straps from slipping. I just loosen the strap and slide the oars out. Simple and cheap.
Nice simple solution... I like it.
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Thankfully my mom doesn't use her giant garage.
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Thankfully my mom doesn't use her giant garage.
You wanna sell that Avon?
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