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Recycled Pot Rack – made from a bike wheel

Pot Rack
Sandor writes –

We built this piece out of an old bike wheel. The wheel came off of GT full suspension bike that I broke. The whole project cost around $15 from HomeDepot. There is one bolt that goes through the hub, and a coupling that links that to a bolt that is half metal threads and half wood threads. That’s really about all that it takes. The pots hang off of simple stainless hooks attached to the rim and spokes.

Fort House Rehab: Recycled Pot Rack – Link.

2 thoughts on “Recycled Pot Rack – made from a bike wheel

  1. I like the idea of this pot rack because it can spin in place but the single point anchor is a bit suspect. Uneven loading of the rack and subsequent rotation will cause that lag screw to come loose from the wood that it’s screwed into. Wouldn’t want to be underneath that thing when it comes down.

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