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Cons: difficult to install for the unseasoned person
Model Number: SR84 HD
"These are hands down the best racks out on the market. I resell and install these racks as a company and beta tested many other racks before deciding on the SafeRack solution. My advice is to look into your local market for a seasoned installer via the SafeRacks web site. I can install these racks in less than one hour, and usually with only one person, and I have the experience to avoid some of the issues I've read about in these reviews. Also, if you think you want two, BUY TWO. This is an awesome price (it kills me!). And go with the longest drops available, because you can shorten long drops, but you can't lengthen short drops. Also, if you run a lag bolt in, but then have to back it out to adjust a ceiling bracket, throw the 3" lag away! Get a new one! It has fatigued! And don't over-tighten to the ceiling. I'd be willing to bet that's why many lags are breaking off: over tightening and running them in and out and in again. But look for a local seasoned installer via Saferacks web site is my best advice."
57 of 57 people found this review helpful.
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Date:January 13, 2014
Reviews can be scary and misleading!
Pros: easy to install yourself
Cons: i can't think of any
"I do not work for Costco or SafeRacks. Please believe me when I say I was scared to death to buy this 4 x 8 foot storage rack after reading the reviews about bolts breaking off and parts not fitting and pounding parts to get them to seat where they were supposed to. I took the advice of some of the reviewers and bought hardened steel bolts for .89 cents each to replace the ones provided by the manufacturer and soaped them prior installing. I drilled the holes slightly larger by 1/16". I used my Drimel tool that I got 6 years ago for Christmas to slightly ream out the holes in the vertical posts and the rails went in smoothly and snugly. I used a piece of 2 x 4 to protect the metal and a hammer to seat the rails. I am old and work slowly so it took me most of one day to install the rack. If I can do this anyone can. I was almost scared off. I am glad I wasn't. This storage rack is fantastic and actually a little fun to install. Have fun at!"
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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Location:Bonney Lake, WA
Date:October 14, 2013
Pros: as good as permanant. spacious.
Cons: attic access may be required for top down visual
Model Number: SafeRacks 4'x8' Overhead Garage Storage Rack
"Well engineered and topped off with an attractive powder coat The other review suggesting to use 7/32" drill was helpful. I bought 2 racks and installed with 1 helper. Finding the stud center was more work since my sheetrock was not flush with studs but once the first mounts were measured and drilled the rest went like clockwork. This is not science so if you are 1/2" off or so on the mounts the system is forgiving as long as you are precise in the studs. Be sure to take into account door clearance if over the rolling door, it travels higher around the curve than during it's resting position. The bottom rails rest lower than the lowest hole in the hangers so take that into account. Use electric drill for lag bolts and also even the other bolts in the hangers to save time. No issues with the lag bolts I received, I took it easy on them. Assemble loosely and square up and tighten when done. An inexpensive drill bit to socket converter is available."
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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Date:March 26, 2014
Great item but...
Pros: holds up to 600 pounds height adjustable
Cons: time consuming for the beginner diy'er
"...don't follow the instructions to its entirety. Read the reviews here and use their tips, like the 7/32 drill bit. Anything thinner than that will break your lag bolt (I broke 2) and you'll have to restart everything! If you grew up with a silver spoon in your hand, this project may take you more than a day. I took plenty of time to ensure I located the exact middle of the joist, and ensured the 4'x8' measurements were as accurate as I could get them. That is the most tedious part. My first rack took about 20 hours for too many silly reasons to list, mainly because I was paranoid my measurements were slightly off. Obviously, I never got my hands dirty until now. I'm doing my second one now and I think I'll be done in less than 6-8 hours. I gave it 4 stars because I used the drill bit that the instructions said to use, but I ended up breaking a lag bolt because the drilled hole was too narrow for the lag bolt. Use a 7/32 sized drill bit!"