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Since I'm stuck at home, I'm trying to stoke out my gear organization. I already hung my oars on the roof of my garage, and mounted my frame to the wall. I'd like to come up with a better system to hang my single blade paddles on the wall too (they are currently sitting in an old trash bin in the corner.) I'm thinking there might be a way to build something to hang them by the T-grip. Does anyone have a system they like? I have about 12 single blade paddles I'm looking to hang up
 

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I use these.


Crawford 36360-4LGW Lawn and Garden 36-Inch Ultra Hold Tool Rack
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JR0ESPM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_NkCYEb20FWFSR


They hold canoe and kayak paddles, ski poles, xc skis and snowshoes, but downhill skis are too heavy. I bought an extra set, took the hangers off and put them on the mounted rack to increase the density of hangers. After 10 to 15 years the rubber orings started breaking, so I loosely zip tied the 2 hanger half’s together and it works just as well.
 

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Since I'm stuck at home, I'm trying to stoke out my gear organization. I already hung my oars on the roof of my garage, and mounted my frame to the wall. I'd like to come up with a better system to hang my single blade paddles on the wall too (they are currently sitting in an old trash bin in the corner.) I'm thinking there might be a way to build something to hang them by the T-grip. Does anyone have a system they like? I have about 12 single blade paddles I'm looking to hang up
Wonder if you'd share how you're storing your oars in the roof? Interested.
 
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