List of items you will need:
1 - 6ft x 4ft plywood board
5 - 5in x 5in wood blocks
40 - 1 1/2in wood screws - to mount the board
Sharpy or pen
100 1 1/2in wood screws - to mount your tools
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Step 1: Making the Mounts
Before i cut the mounts out i marked holes (in orange) so i knew that those would be the holes I would be using to actually mount the board to the mount.
I also made black marks in each corner of the mount.... these holes will be for your wood screws that will go through the mount and screw into the wall... I drilled pilot holes just so it would be a little easier.
Make 5 of these mounts.
Step 2: Layout of Mounts
Using the black holes that I pre drilled pilot holes for i spaced out the 4 corner mounts and screwed them into the wall.
Next I measured from corner to opposite corner to get my center X spot for my center mount.
Step 3: Laying Out the Tools
Once I got them all spaced out where I wanted them I used a sharpy to trace out each tool with where it should go. Then using wood screws I drilled them into place keeping in mind that gravity was going to pull the tool down I angled the screw very slightly so they would keep the tools on better.
Step 4: Bigger Tools
To hang my sazall I used a C bracket and just bent it down enough to hold the part of my tool.
Step 5: Mount Board
This works best if you have a friend to help you out.
The orange dots that we made on our mounts will be the spots we are aiming for when we try to mount our board... I used my fingers to feel where about the mount was behind the board and screwed in the first screw where i thought the orange mount hole should be.
I screwed in the top mounts first so it would hang and from there i did the bottom ones. Again i used my hand to get a rough idea of where to screw into.
Make another X using the mount locations to find the center mount and screw that in as well so your board doesn't bow out in the center.
Hang your tools on your board and you are done!