StoreYourBoard Canoe Ceiling Storage Hoist, Hi Lift Home and Garage Pulley Rack, Pro
HEAVY DUTY STORAGE SYSTEM: store your canoes with ease and with a feeling of security
STORE ANY CANOE: adjustable straps fit all widths and lengths of canoes up to 60 lbs
SPACE SAVER: Get organized by hanging and storing your canoes in your overhead space
HI-LIFT PRO SYSTEM: hold straps and canoes tightly in place, using a center connecting strap to keep your gear in place. The PRO version includes upgraded, higher-strength loading straps.
QUICK & EASY INSTALL: with included instructions and mounting hardware, great for home and garage storage
Value for money★★★★
Easy to install★★★
Easy to assemble★★
Frequently Asked Questions
How close can you get the canoe to the ceiling using this mount?
I would say you can get it to about 2-3 feet. The issue is that you need access to the locking pulley - it works like a shade/curtain pull. It unlocks when you pull straight down and locks when you hold it away at an angle. The closer the canoe gets to that pulley/locking mechanism the hard it is to lock/unlock.
I have a high pitched sloped ceiling in my garage. It looks like this wont work and is only intended for flat ceilings?
Can be adapted to some slope by different rope lengths. Best with flat ceiling.
Could the ceiling mounts be attached to ceilings of two different heights? Front of garage has high ceiling, halfway in is a loft that is lower.
In order to mount the ceiling brackets at different ceiling heights, you would need to measure the difference in ceiling heights and ensure the rope connecting the two points does not come in contact with the ceiling's edge. Any friction between the rope and edge of the ceiling will cause the rope to fray as well as make the lift more difficult to operate.
The installation says that the mounting brackets need two Lag screws. My studs are at right angles to the bracket. Will one screw be enough?
No, you need both screws to properly mount this. If your studs are at right angles to how you want the brackets and hoist system to face, you would need to do a different work-around -- you would need to mount a board to your joists (a 2 x 4) and then mount the hoist system to that board as the normal installation for this system is to one joist not two. If you need more information to set it up going across two beams/joists, please contact us directly, we are happy to help.