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Fighting Sports Slip-N-Move Wallmount Hanger

Fighting Sports Slip-N-Move Wallmount Hanger

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    The ultimate wall mount heavy bag hanger. Hanger arm retracts and swings in to wall to move the bag out of the way when not in use. Easy spring-loaded pop pin and crank knob adjustments. Arm protrudes out 36" for 360 degree movement around heavy bag while working out. Heavy duty gauge steel mounts easily into masonry or wood stud walls. Holds heavy bags up to 250 lbs. Wall mounting hardware not included.

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    Pretty Good

    The Slip N Move Wall Mount Hanger thus far has been decent. I have owned one for about 2 months now and so far it has done its duty. I have a 120lbs punching bag attached and the Slip N Move is attached to studs in my garage wall.

    The cons that I have with the system is the price. When I received it, I noticed it is only a hunk of metal welded together and powder coated. Yes you may say "that's what it is dummy", but if you order one you will see a high school student could have built it. Not worth $120. Worth more like $60.

    The other is when I received the package, it was packaged poorly as pieces of the metal was protruding out. The other thing was that there were no hardware that came along with it. I had to go to Lowes and get some heavy duty hardware. And the instructions weren't very helpful either.

    I suggest if you are going to get one make sure you reinforce the wall with some hardwood. I used a 3/4 inch 4x4 sheet of hardwood purchased at the local hardware store for about 10 bucks. It will give it more support if you are not hanging it in concrete.

    the description says it has a 200lbs max weight limit, but I would say its more like 150lbs since my 120lbs bag pulls the boom downwards quite a bit. Whatever, it works.

    Overall, with a little imagination, once the Slip N Move was mounted it did its job.

    I would suggest this to a friend if the circumstances were right   
    by: Marcus from Sierra Vista, AZ   
    5/10/2012 12:46:31 AM
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    Wall Mounts & Hangers Expert FAQs
    1. What kind of mount or hanger should I use?

      The kind of wall mount or ceiling hanger that is right for you will greatly depend on the location and structure you wish to hang it up on. Many homes are constructed with wooden beams that are covered by drywall. If you have one of these typical homes then you will need a wooden beam ceiling hanger.
      However, you may want to hang the bag up in your basement, garage, or at a gym. In those circumstances you may find metal beams instead of wood. Naturally these are not as easy to drill in to, so you may want to use an I-beam hanger instead. These will fasten around the metal as opposed to wood beam hangers that drill right into the material.
      Should you deem your ceiling unfit or inconvenient for hanging, you have the option of buying a wall mount which screws into the wood studs in your wall.

    3. How can I avoid rattling my house when using hangers?

      When you use hangers or mounts in your home, they have a tendency to rattle nearby rooms. To avoid that, pay attention to the kind of beam you are attaching the bag to. If you use a wooden beam that is a connected part of the house's frame, the energy from your strikes will transfer up the bag, into the post, and through the conjoined posts. To minimize this effect, utilize a beam that is either unconnected to the rest of the house (like in a garage), or something that will transfer less vibration (like a metal post with rubber padding around the contact point).

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    7. How to attach a wall hanger

      The most important thing when attaching a wall hanger is locating an appropriate stud. Be sure not to rely on dry wall or other less stable material. Once located, use a level to trace a horizontal line where you will be screwing in your first two holes. This line will help make sure you don't screw in the mount unevenly. After you secure the main base, secure any support posts that your mount comes with.

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