How To Build A Wall Mounted Bike Rack With Storage
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Materials List3/4' x 4' x 4' Plywood2 x 6 Board2' Trim Head ScrewsWood GlueWhat It TakesTime: 2 HoursCost: $25Skill Level: BeginnerTools: Table Saw, Drill, Clamps, Miter Saw, and JigsawCutting ListMeasure the Hole LocationWith all of your boards cut out via the Cutting List, mark 3 in.
from the top and edge of the side pieces (Part B).Center a soda can or caulk tube on the cross hairs and draw a circle.Draw a line from the top of the circle to a mark 2 in.from the top of the board, draw a parallel line from the bottom of the circle.
Cut the Top Tube SlotsFollow the lines you made in the previous step with the jigsaw to create the tube slot.Cut the Drawer FrontCut one of the sides (Part B) on the miter saw to form the drawer front along and side pieces.
Make sure to cut on the outside of the drawer front in order to make sure that the front matches with the rest of the drawer's dimensions.Glue and Scr*w the Sides in PlaceGlue, clamp and scr*w the non-drawer side (Side 2) onto the bottom of the rack.
Then glue and scr*w the Side 1 top tube slot piece and small back piece to the base.Glue and Scr*w the Divider into the AssemblyUse a square to set the Divider (Part C) flush with the side pieces.Clamp the assembly and glue and scr*w the drawer guide into the boxAttach the Top (Part A) to the BoxFlip the assembly over so you can make sure it is flush and scr*w on the top of the box.
Assemble the DrawerAssemble the drawer box by clamping, gluing, and screwing.Rest the box onto a scrap piece of 3/4 in.plywood to use as a spacer and attach the drawer front (Part B).Screw the 2x6 Cleat to the WallA beautiful part of this project is that it only needs one stud so if you are in an apartment, you can keep that security deposit safe.
Mark the stud with masking tape.Screw the top scr*w into the cleat (Part G) with a 3 in.construction screw.Fine tune the board to make sure it is level before adding the second screw.Attach the Rack to the CleatHold the rack tight against the wall and scr*w four 2-in.
screws (two on the top, two on the bottom) to attach the rack to the 2x6 cleat.Tech Art...