This is the last log rack you'll buy! Built from strong 2" square-cut tubular steel and bolted together for extra strength, it will last as long as you can keep piling logs into it. Included steel inserts allow you to expand it from 4' to 8' in length to match your storage needs. Simple styling with a powder-coat finish. No-scratch plastic feet.
Large Tear- and Mildew-Resistant Wood Rack Cover sold separately.
• Extension for wood rack • Tubular steel • Bolted together for strength • Expands from 4 to 8 feet length • Powder-coated finish
Size 15"D x 47"H Adjusts to either 4'L or 8'L
Heavy-Duty Adjustable Log Rack
Large Tear- and Mildew-Resistant Wood Rack Cover
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Comments about Product: Ordered one of these several years ago and I have been pleased. This one is not as heavy-gauge. We will see if it can hold up to the weight over time. One of the pieces had holes that were mis-aligned. Wood coming, no time to send it back, and , of course, it was the last piece to be put together. Not impressed that a "Mature Woman" was able to enlarge the holes with a fencing tool and a hammer.
Be careful when you open the box.
Comments about Product: This rack once assembled is very sturdy. I'm sure it will stand the test of time.
By rick the wood stacker
Read carefully before buying.
Comments about Product: I thought I was buying an adjustable wood rack meaning it wood adjust from 4 feet to 8 feet ( and all lengths in between), but what it actually is, is either 4 foot or 8 foot wood rack. I guess I should have read more into it but adjustable to me was more than just two size's.
By big fat fan
Great wood rack
Comments about Product: this wood rack delivered as specified. the poweder coated metal steel frame seems very sturdy, durable and scratch resistant. assembly was very easy, and rack is stable when fully loaded. I bought the 8-foot rack with the kindling add-on. very happy with product I received. simple clean detailing makes this blend into my yard. Price was perfect with extra discount provided on check out.
Not adjustable, but sturdy
Comments about Product: Couldn't be happier! We have an outdoor firepit. I had just purchased one about a month ago. Worked so well, when a friend cut down some old trees and offered us a couple, I had to order another one. It's sturdy and easy to assemble. Got the cover to go with both of them. Works like a charm. I would definitely reccomend to anyone!
Great Log Rack
Comments about Product: The rack is solid and well made. Easy to put together. Drawback: it is not adjustable. It comes in two sections for either full length or 1/2 length. So if it fits, I would recommend it.
Comments about Product: I feel this is a great product for the price! Very sturdy and easy to put together.
By Fire builder
Comments about Product: It looks good, but I assumed when it said adjustable 4ft - 8ft that it would be adjustable from 4ft to 8ft not simply 4 ft or 8 ft. Actually 6ft would have been perfect and I had been expecting to adjust it to that size. I admit that is my problem but why not make it adjustable to up to 8ft?
Sturdy, but lacks required adjustablity
Comments about Product: The description does not detail the adjustable lengths. We thought the length would be adjusted on a sliding rail--it is two fixed sizes that together are too long for our desired storage spot. That was disappointing and inconvenient. We now have less wood storage than desired near the front door.
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