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12-19-2012 01:08 PM
herzogone
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Originally Posted by ShredLife View Post
i just used this method to put my two splitboards on the wall... took all of 20 minutes to do both boards and i had drywall screws, anchors, and wine corks.

barefoot winery uses foam-rubber corks that worked great. now all i gotta do is drink more wine and find some wall space for solid boards
Nice, that is exactly the cork I used too. Those hangovers from obtaining more wall-mounts can be rough.
12-17-2012 02:10 PM
ShredLife
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Originally Posted by herzogone View Post
I did one for my son's board. I used a wine cork, cut in half, with two screws and drywall anchors. I notched the cork a bit near the wall to better hold the board. I got the idea from this post on reddit. Please forgive the Zumiez stickers, he only bought sneakers there but liked the stickers (he's 11).
i just used this method to put my two splitboards on the wall... took all of 20 minutes to do both boards and i had drywall screws, anchors, and wine corks.

barefoot winery uses foam-rubber corks that worked great. now all i gotta do is drink more wine and find some wall space for solid boards
12-17-2012 12:07 PM
jdthai These all look great.
You have inspired me to build a man-cave.
Now I have something to keep me busy over Xmas!

- JD
12-17-2012 12:04 PM
HoboMaster I think any commercial solution can be found at Home Depot for half the cost... just get creative.
12-17-2012 11:59 AM
herzogone I did one for my son's board. I used a wine cork, cut in half, with two screws and drywall anchors. I notched the cork a bit near the wall to better hold the board. I got the idea from this post on reddit. Please forgive the Zumiez stickers, he only bought sneakers there but liked the stickers (he's 11).

12-17-2012 11:48 AM
KIRKRIDER Home depot Heavy duty Hangers. $ 20 for 4




12-17-2012 11:43 AM
nethngbtstk Ceiling hooks from home depot... $5 large lol


12-16-2012 04:13 PM
mikeg a pair of those round half sphere door stops do the trick perfectly and they're super cheap at only a couple bucks each.
12-16-2012 01:59 PM
Lynn I decided to order some Rixon boarddocks and I already received them! (great service)
I liked them on facebook and got the code for the free sticker. I really like that one too!!!
(thx for the advice Kevv)

For those who still doubt: In my opinion Rixon is really good... Good service, good system, good price,... I Like
11-22-2012 11:19 PM
tdn I just ordered 4 pairs of the Rixon BoardRock system for $34 shipped, I've been looking to pick something like this up for the past month. Good find Kev.
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