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05-07-2010, 09:55 PM
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Any tips on making a drying tree

I was wondering if any of you guys have made your own gear drying tree. I know I could buy one, but it is supposed to rain tomorrow and I figure this would be a good project. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks!

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Thanks, I knew someone knew where to find it. Thanks

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I just use a $20 wire shelving rack that you can buy at target, home depot, etc.

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I just use a $20 wire shelving rack that you can buy at target, home depot, etc.
Do you have a picture you could post? I may go that route.

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I cut up some 2x4's to make a base. Then used broken sticks for the rest. 2 long sticks going up with brackets connecting to base. Put my helmet at the top. Put 1 stick perpendicular to those and put your shoulder pads on that. Elbows and gloves from the sides. 2 short sticks going up from the base and put my skates on those sort of upside down.

Although I've gotten lazy, I usually just hang my helmet, shoulderpads, shinguards, and skates.

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Just bought mine a couple days ago for 14.99 + shipping. Seems to be a good deal since you will be taking up more room building out of PVC Pipe, plus you have to build it your self as well.

Heres where I bought mine at.
http://www.usaskates.net/product_p/dry010.htm

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I totally forgot that I had this wire rack lying around, seems like it will work pretty well. It seemed a little lopsided at first so I just added another pair of pants to the opposite side. Thanks for all of the tips


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Am I the only one who just uses his shower curtain rod like a clothesline?

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Am I the only one who just uses his shower curtain rod like a clothesline?
That's what I was doing, but needed more order.

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Am I the only one who just uses his shower curtain rod like a clothesline?
You MUST be single Don't see that happening in a married household...

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I just throw my stuff on the table in the back yard. After like 4 or 5 hours, everything's fine. If I can't do that, I put it all in the shock doctor for 3 hours.

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You MUST be single Don't see that happening in a married household...
My games are usually at night and I'm the first one to shower in the morning so it works for now

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http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/16684783

I bought one of those from Ikea. It's perfect. I know you're not looking to buy one, but I thought I'd throw this out there for others who might be interested.

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