Helmet and coat rack

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  1. duccmann

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    So was thinkin when I’m in CO in July for good I need a helmet rack and something to hang my jacket on.
    What do you guys use?
    Thanks


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    I just Googled "motorcycle helmet and coat rack" just to see. There's actually a lot of really cool options.
     
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    Thanks was getting crappy internet in the hospital when I posted this, Son had a Vagus nerve stimulation surgery today and was thinkin I need wall mount for my garage while waiting for 6 hrs. Better with internet outside but major snow outside.
    Thanks I’ll google it or make one.


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    I've got stuff hanging all over idle exercise equipment in my workout room... haha
     
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    Haha yup that’s what most people use um for.
    Guess I’ll make my own.


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    I have big hook on the wall in the garage.
     
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    Helmet goes on closet shelf. Back protector gloves and stuff next to it.
    Various suits hang on hangers below shelf.
    Boots go on floor.
    Four retired helmets sit on top hutch on my office desk.
    Which is at home. :)
     
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    I keep telling my wife that if I only had more room, my stuff would be all nice and orderly...

     
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    This is what I use in the office. Left side is for my helmet.
    In my garage I have a metal cabinet with a shelf and hanger bar for all my gear. I put my helmet on top.
     

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    The garage floor.

    I hang everything where ever I can find a spot. right now the suits are taking up a whole bedroom closet in one of the spare bedrooms.

    My new garage re-design will include three huge cupboards with scookum coat racks and shelves for all the stuff. The leathers are quite heavy. And with all the crap I have collected over the years, I will also have drawers behind those cupboard doors. I will dust proof the doors seeing as my garage also doubles as a wood working shop. Maybe the wood working shop actually on occasion doubles as a garage.
     
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    Peggy found a collapsible, portable wardrobe. It's pretty small but has a hanger bar for jackets and 3 shelves
    for helmets, gloves, etc. Zipper front and easy to use. Keeps dust and dirt off while the stuff is hung up. I was
    skeptical at first, but it really works great. Room for 6 coats, couple pairs of leather pants and 6 helmets
    plus gloves and misc.
     
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    Picture and where did you buy it? Have room in garage for sumthin like that.


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    Perfect thanks


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    Check out YouTube. I saw a few videos where some clever folks built some cool helmet, jacket racks using inexpensive materials
     
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    I did see DYI racks on google.
    Great ideas
    I do like what FJ12 posted.
    Would like something inclosed.


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    Yeah, I need to have the jackets and helmets under cover. Too much dust and assorted
    debris floating around the garage, even some paint mist sometimes. Peggy hit a homerun
    this time, it works a treat.
     
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    Just saw this
    Pretty much all I need
    Thanks
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    That looks like it has a roll down door flap?
    Does it have a weight rating? A couple sets of leathers, a textile suit, and a mesh suit, plus etc, could put a load on your closet pole when you hang them up. Just thinking. Looks like it could work.
     
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    Color: Black
    - Material: Iron, Non-woven Fabric, PP
    - Assembly Required: Yes
    - Load Capacity of Each Layer: 8lbs (3.62kg)
    - Load Capacity of Hanging Rod: 39.7lbs (18kg)
    - Load Capacity of Whole Product: 83.8lbs (33kg)

    Package Contents:
    - 1 x Clothes Wardrobe
    - 1 x Instructions

    Note:
    - Do not leave the product exposed to the sun for an extended period of time which will shorten its service life. Please keep this wardrobe in a cool, dry place to avoid molding.

    Features & details
    EASY & VARIOUS ASSEMBLY SOLUTIONS: No tools required, all the tubes of this wardrobe closet designed in the same length for worry free setup; 4 assembly options provided to meet your needs
    STURDY & DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Selected iron tubes frame, high-quality non-woven fabric cover and PP plastic connectors to ensure long-lasting use; each layer of this portable closet can bear up to 8lbs and the hanging rod can bear up to 50lbs
    SPACE SAVING ORGANIZER: Great wardrobe cabinet sized 34.6"L x 17.7"W x 66.2"H (88 x 45 x 168cm); which makes it suitable for tidy up your small rooms and walk-in closet
    WATER-PROOF TIER & DUSTPROOF COVER: Waterproof layer cloth and non-woven fabric cover effectively keep your clothes, shoes etc. from dust and mildew; the layer cloth and cover are easy to clean
    CAREFULLY DESIGNED COVER: Thanks to the attached hook-and-loop fastener, the zippered door can be rolled up and tied back for easy accessing to your garments; internal straps for tightly fixing the outer cover

    I have till July to search for the right fit.
    Good points
    2 sets of boots
    2 helmets
    I set of leathers 2 piece
    2 overpants
    1 textile jacket
    Four sets of gloves
    1 heated liner
    Think that’s it


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