How did you hang the wheels/tires?It will look nice.
Find the stud center, drill a 1/8" pilot hole and then screw in a hanger like this. Bend it as you need to so the hood can hang from the secondary latch bar, or run a piece of aircraft cable through it like I did. Hood's not that heavy. Should be good to go.
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Reminds me of: What would you do if you won the lottery? "I'd spend most of it on booze and women, and whatever was left I would spend on something frivolous".I finally had enough sold my spare hood in the spring.
Was tired of stepping over for 35 years.
Could not hang it because too close to my cars.
The $300 went to a good cause
Bourbon, cigars, gummies and weed
If I had your stuff I would protect it too lol.My spare pristine hood is up in my loft next to my Ford tooling fender I bought at least 12 years ago . . I thought about hanging them as wall art on hooks , but better protected out of sight.
I bent up some threaded rod, bolted to a 2x4. Screwed 2x4 to roof beam and simply hung the wheel from it.How did you hang the wheels/tires?
I used the same concept for seasonal tires for my sons Focus.Thank you. That is cheaper than the wall-mount tire racks for sure.