- Application: Garage storage, screw tail hook
- Shape: Question mark
- Material: Steel
- Surface coat: PVC
- Hook diameter: 9mm
This screw in garage storage hook is made of rust-resistant, zinc plated steel with protective PVC dipped coating. It is in question mark shape and can be used for hanging up many objects, especially can work as a bike ceiling hook.
This versatile screw tail hook is in 9mm diameter (>12mm after PVC dip) and can hold weights up to 50lbs(22.7Kg). So it actually can work more than a bike hanger. It can help to organize your garage, attic or storage shed by storing lawn chairs, yard and sports equipment out of your way.
With a sharp point that bores easily into wood, it is installed easily and is an inexpensive way to get items off your floor and take back space.
Depending on where do you want to mount this question mark shape hook can be mounted vertically or horizontally.
Product with small sizes and small diameter is available. Contact email@example.com for more details.
|Hook shape||Question mark “?”|
|Place of origin||Zhejiang, China|
|Packing||Blister or flag label|
|Leadtime||45 days in normal|
1. What is the best way to hang a bike?
One of the easiest and least expensive ways to store you bike is with good old-fashioned heavy-duty rubberized hooks made to screw into a stud or rafter. Hang bikes with one hook for vertical bicycle storage, and two hooks placed a bike’s width apart for horizontal storage.
2. Is it OK to hang a bike from one wheel?
Many experts believe it’s safe to hang a bike by its wheel. According to Jim Langley, author of Your Home Bicycle Workshop, “it’s perfectly safe to hang most bicycles by one wheel. The only exceptions are bikes with specialty aero carbon rims that are so light the carbon will flex if you squeeze it by hand.”
3. Is it OK to hang a carbon bike?
Just be sure to pad the rim against damage. One thing that won’t harm carbon rims/wheels is hanging a bicycle from them on hooks for storage. They can easily support the weight of the bike.