Wall Mount Saddle Rack

$21.49

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Product Summary:

Wall Mount Saddle Rack
 
Made from 1 1/2" steel tubing and then powder coated to give an attractive finish.  Will hold any Western or English saddle!
 

Product Features:
  • Powder-coated steel
  • Holds any Western or English saddle
  • Mounting screws NOT included
Item Specifications:  
Size:
24 3/4" L x 18"W x 12"H 
Note currently there is mixed stock you may receive 27 1/4"L (can NOT request specific sizing)
 
 
 

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Will this mount on a vertical 2x4 stud? How wide are the mounting holes?
A shopper on Apr 21, 2014
Best Answer: No and neither will another one which is nicer (on ebay). I bought both. This one and I keep thinking about returning. It is wide and flares out a lot and aesthetically is not as nice as the other. The problem with all of these is that they do not mount on a wall stud. My solution was to build a stand with 4x4's in the garage (you must bolt through the boards because of the weight).

You could take a 2x4 and mount it flat on the wall with long lag screws (pre drill first)and then mount this to the 2x4.
Reply · Report · Robert S on Apr 22, 2014
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