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YMMV - Tire Storage Rack - $25 (GTA)

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[Home Depot] YMMV - Tire Storage Rack - $25 (GTA)

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Heavy Duty Tire Loft, Black Finish, Adjustable Width 34-58 Inch, 400 Lb Weight Capacity

Regularly $119, the Caledonia store is having a manager's special on the rack - The price will not be reflective on the website.
Though you can find more info about the rack here: http://www.homedepot.ca/product/heavy-d ... ght/984389

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Anyone see this in the West end (Oakville/Burlington/Mississauga). Shows you can only get it online.
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Maybe if op posted the UPC, you'd able to ring it on their app?
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Just curious, looks neater than stacking up vertically on the floor, but besides off floor storage are there any other advantages? From the pic, bottom rails are buckling a bit.
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Has anyone seen these on sale in Alberta?
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Any in winnipeg at this price? I could use one possibly 2 if 24 inch rims would fit
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any luck in GTA?
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ciao wrote: Just curious, looks neater than stacking up vertically on the floor, but besides off floor storage are there any other advantages? From the pic, bottom rails are buckling a bit.
It's not good for tires to be stored all winter touching a cold concrete floor. Also if you have a small garage this frees up space so tires can hang above your car.
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The first associate I asked looked entirely clueless and didn't want to be there. A more senior associate saw us and asked what I was looking for. She checked and confirmed that they don't have this deal at their location.

Did anyone in the GTA get lucky?
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metahead wrote: The first associate I asked looked entirely clueless and didn't want to be there. A more senior associate saw us and asked what I was looking for. She checked and confirmed that they don't have this deal at their location.

Did anyone in the GTA get lucky?
I find this to be a common theme with Home Depot associates... most of them are useless and don't know their department/related products. I try to avoid HD as much as possible. Lowe's on the other hand actually seems like they take time train their staff about the products within their department. I can usually press the 'help' button and within 2 minutes an associate shows up.
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ciao wrote: Just curious, looks neater than stacking up vertically on the floor, but besides off floor storage are there any other advantages? From the pic, bottom rails are buckling a bit.
blazed16 wrote: Any in winnipeg at this price? I could use one possibly 2 if 24 inch rims would fit

Which is why I built one myself..
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robot123 wrote: It's not good for tires to be stored all winter touching a cold concrete floor. Also if you have a small garage this frees up space so tires can hang above your car.
Meh, I don't feel it's really the case. It's cold concrete, not boiling hot asphalt under the harsh UV light of the sun.

The advantage is simply to keep as few things on the floor as possible, allowing for a cleaning garage floor.
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If anyone sees any in the Ottawa area, I'd be interested in one!
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just a question, how much does this ... weight? can u do pulls ups?
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