How to Build a Snowboard Wall Rack




Introduction: How to Build a Snowboard Wall Rack

Hello all,

This instructable is dedicated to those who want a snowboard wall rack without putting holes in the wall, want to spend little cash and have a hard time building things!

Hope you find this useful


Supplies Needed
- Measuring tape
- 3m 5lb adhesive hooks
- Rubbing alcohol

Step 1: Snowboards

Gather all of your snowboards and remove bindings.

The average snowboard weighs about 6lbs. Seeing as we want a nice ration between the hooks weight and the snowboard weight, strip your board. If you cant remember your angles write them down for next season.

Step 2: Gather Supplies

3 '3m' LARGE hooks are need per board. Trust me, you don't want your board to have any opportunity to fall.

It is important that you get the large hooks that hold up to 5lbs.

Step 3: Measuring

Measure out you wall and mark. Two hooks are needed for the side of the board and one hook in the middle.

It is important that you place the hooks at the ends of the board at an angle as shown in the picture or your board will fall off the wall. The hook in the middle is used just to give you a better weight ratio.

Step 4: Board on Wall

Before you put the hooks on the wall, fallow the instructions on the back of the package and make sure you clean the areas where you are going to put the hooks. After all 3 hooks are on the wall let the adhesive work its magic for about an hour before you put the board up.

And you are done!

To put all 3 boards on my wall it cost about $36 which is less then the hard wear you can buy on line for snowboards and you do not have to put holes in your wall!

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    12 years ago on Introduction

    i dont like ur bindings
    but nice and ingenues instructable


    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    whats wrong with ride's? if they were flow, i would completely agree!


    12 years ago on Introduction

    thanks for making me feel sad... now I can't stop thinking about going snowboarding :(