TEKTON 7644 Heavy Duty Bike Hooks, Ceiling Mount, 2-Piece

Organize cluttered and small garages with the TEKTON 2-pc. Heavy Duty Bike Hooks. Constructed from heavy-duty galvanized steel with a soft non-marring, nonslip coated finish. The hooks are simple and easy to install to use for ceiling storage of bicycles, lawn furniture and garden hoses. Each hook has a 100 lb. capacity and requires a 5/16 in. diameter pilot hole.

Specifications:

  • Length: 8.5 in.
  • Width: 4 in.
  • Height: 0.5 in.

Product Features

  • Heavy duty galvanized steel construction with a soft non-marring, non-slip coated finish
  • Simple and easy installation
  • Use for ceiling storage of bicycles, lawn furniture, and garden hoses
  • 100-pound capacity (per hook)
  • Length: 8.5; Width: 4; Height: .5

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2 Responses to TEKTON 7644 Heavy Duty Bike Hooks, Ceiling Mount, 2-Piece

  1. Anonymous says:

    Easy to install, works like a charm – requires a studfinder! I purchased these hooks along with a Zircon i520 Stud Finder to hang my trek bike. The hooks claim they are heavy duty and like many other reviews say they in-fact are quite heavy duty. The instructions say to measure for the stud and then drill a 5/16″ hole. I drilled 1/4″ holes (largest bit I had in my set) and it still worked just fine. In order to measure the distance needed to hang the bike, measure your bike’s distance from center hub to center hub – mine was 42″. I simply made the holes…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Be sure to use 2 hooks per biycicle I’ve ordered these twice now to hang up my Trek and Cannondale bicycles. Pretty straightforward by drilling a pilot hole then hand tightening the hooks.A tip, I originally only used 1 mounting hook to hang my Trek and my Cannondale since these were hooks that could hold a lot of weight figured I could save a couple bucks. Well, my Trek has the derailleur cables on the underside of the frame so while i was lifting the bike up to the 1 hook, and i would always be loosening the cable…