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    Best way to secure storage rack to concrete wall?

    Alright you guys sold me - I'll run the wood posts. Thanks to all Mike
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    Best way to secure storage rack to concrete wall?

    Well, I think I'm just going to pickup some 3/8 x 3" Tapcons on the way home. I see the pullout and shear ratings of the 1/4" ones far exceed anything these racks would probably being seeing so 3/8 should be great in case I ever want to hang my truck on the wall ;) Tapcon specs...
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    Best way to secure storage rack to concrete wall?

    I just did some reading on "solid grouting". Please correct me if I'm wrong but from what I gather this is basically includes filling the cavity of the blocks. I don't believe this is the case in my home. The last couple times I've gone through the outer walls (running wire, etc.) I believe...
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    Best way to secure storage rack to concrete wall?

    Honestly, I have no idea. Is there a way I can determine this? I'm at work at he moment but when I get home i can check if there's a way to do so. If you couldn't already tell I'm not much of a concrete / masonry buff heh - Always love learning new things though.. Thanks
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    Best way to secure storage rack to concrete wall?

    Thanks olddognewtrick. Here's the link to the racks: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07R552F7G/ And I was thinking something along these lines for the anchors: https://www.homedepot.com/s/wedge%2520anchors?NCNI-5 Haven't got to figuring out what length of anchor would be best yet either...
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    Best way to secure storage rack to concrete wall?

    So I'm looking to hang some steel constructed lumber storage racks in my garage. The wall I want to hang them on is painted concrete block. These racks are rated for a few hundred pounds and it's possible they may see that. I did a little research and I *think* I'm leaning towards wedge...
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