COR Board Racks Stand up Paddleboard / SUP / Surfboard Wall or Ceiling Rack. Simple Yet Effective Design and Easy to Install

July 25, 2015 - Comment

Utilizing a 180 degree bend the COR Ceiling Rack securely stores and displays your Stand-Up Paddle Board to the ceiling or wall without complicated straps or cables. Comez with a LIFETIME WARRANTY and a 100% money back guarantee. We’ll even pay the postage if you’re not happy. The rack opening is 10-1/2″. The COR ceiling

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Utilizing a 180 degree bend the COR Ceiling Rack securely stores and displays your Stand-Up Paddle Board to the ceiling or wall without complicated straps or cables. Comez with a LIFETIME WARRANTY and a 100% money back guarantee. We’ll even pay the postage if you’re not happy. The rack opening is 10-1/2″. The COR ceiling rack will hold any size SUP. Easy to install., hardware included

Product Features

  • SUP paddle boards, surfboards & longboards.
  • Easy to install! Simple design allows for quick installation. All mounting hardware included.
  • Can either be installed on the ceiling or on a wall.
  • Made from galvanized steel and is powder coated to keep from rusting.
  • Protective weather resistant foam to keep your board ding free!

Comments

robert curtis says:

Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! These racks are made from very inexpensive materials that are not suited to this purpose. They are not strong enough to support a SUP. Perhaps they’d work for an 8 ft and under surfboard, but they are not worth more than $5. They look OK in the picture, but don’t be fooled into purchasing them like I was.

Amirreza says:

Cheaply made The rack is too thin. I tightened the screws as much as it was possible without damaging the rack or the screws and it is still wobbly. I could have improvised a much better rack for much cheaper by buying a ceiling rack from Home Depot and extending the arms.

mindee says:

Great price for a GREAT product! I recently purchased these racks to store my new longboard (9’6″). I needed something that would keep it safe and out of the way while still being easy to access on a very regular basis. I also wanted something easy to install. These racks check all of the boxes. The drop from the ceiling is low enough that I can leave the 10″ skeg on and reach the board without a step stool (I’m 5’9″ but have the shortest arms ever for my height – hi TRex), while still keeping it high enough to…

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