• Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
  • Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
  • Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
  • Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
  • Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
  • Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
  • Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
  • Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)
Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)

Holeyrail, Garage Organizer, Metal Pegboard, Commercial Quality, Industrial Strength, Prefinished Steel Peg board, 8 Feet total length, Uses Standard Peg Hooks (not included, see our other listing)

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  • Easy installation on finished or unfinished walls with the included hardware. Comes in two 4 foot sectionsSpecialty mounting hardware is available from the manufacturer for mounting on concrete walls.
  • Uses standard 1/8 or 1/4 inch peg hooks (not included with this offer), we recommend using 1/4" peghooks for heavy garden tools. Strongly recommend NOT using the light duty peghooks.
  • Mount specialty brackets, such as bike racks or shelf brackets, by bolting them in place with a self tapping screw. This feature is unique to "holeyrail" patented peg board panels.
  • 10 Patented "Pegstrappers" that keep the peg hook locked in place are included. Our patented peg locks overcome "lift out" and outperform any other peglocks on the market. Works with 1/8" or 1/4" peg hooks.
  • Dollar for dollar, the Holeyrail garage organization system out performs, is stronger, holds more, and is the most cost effective storage system on the market. Backed by a lifetime guarantee.

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I like it, but dont think its perfect. Good for my garage I give these a solid 4 stars, leaning toward 4.5. To sum it up, they do what they are supposed to do, but it's a little bit quirky to install. I think for the value of the rail and for what you get, it definitely beats the plastic style rails that you get at home improvement stores. The reason is the pegs are dirt cheap, and if you want to hang ANYTHING on those other rails it will cost anywhere from $8-$11. I picked up a few multi packs of hooks for around $35 - $40, and bought about $50 worth of these rails. For around $100 invested plus a little time to hang them, I feel I've got a solid system in the garage.Pro:Solid steel heavy gauge. These things are "rated" for 600lbs, and I would say the steel alone probably could support it. But don't plan on really hanging that much weight. I probably have around 30lbs on one, and there is no sign of it sagging or doing anything bad.Hangers are dirt cheap for them. You can hang whatever you want, and organize it the way you want.Comes with "peg strappers" and some screws. I am not overly impressed with the pegstrappers, but they do what they say they do. They keep the hooks from pulling out.Value. Really this is the biggest thing. I got 5 of these rails for about $55 shipped. I'm out of stuff to hang up.Cons:To hang these up side by side, you will almost need to put some drywall anchors in rather than putting it into a stud. The reason being these measure 48" long, and that is only enough space for 3 screws obviously. They state that you need 4 screws minimum to support the weight rating. Well if you hang them dead center at 48" you can't butt them up. If you off center it a little bit by 1" you could hang two up side by side, but that's it. So I had several drywall hangers. Weight isn't a huge concern for me, so keep this in mind. I am NOT trying to hold up 600lbs.Shipping cost is a bit of a bummer for these, but I believe they are being honest as to the true cost.*EDIT* One thing to point out, I'm sure that the pegs that you stick in this thing will fail LONG before this rail will, and I'm not really knocking it. I just dont think its perfect. For this thing to be perfect in my opinion it needs to have a couple more rows of holes in there, and it could fit more stuff. My critique about the 48" rail on 16" spacing is minor, and not sure how to fix that. 4Simple, easy, but not the most sturdy way to hold things. Storage and organization is a real challenge, so I was excited to find the holey rail product. Based on the positive reviews and the fact that it's such a simple and relatively inexpensive solution, I put up 6x 4ft lengths in my garage.There wasn't much in the way of instructions, but there also wasn't much needed as it's a really simple product. It was easy to install and looks good once installed.My frustration comes from the peg system itself: They simply don't stay attached and you have to strap every single one down or it ends up being one time use. A word of caution: Amazon suggested a stanley pack of 1/8" hooks to buy with it. Unfortunately those hooks are really thin and barely stay attached. I highly recommend getting only 1/4" hooks, and even then they really don't stay attached well. Yes I made them work and they don't pop out once strapped, but it never really feels very secure.Additionally, the hooks that are available aren't terribly strong and tend to bend quite easily under the load of a shovel or even a bunch of coiled up electrical cords. In my last home I used the John Sterling Tap Mount System (also available at Amazon) which is similar in that it's a long bar like this, but far sturdier than this product. Also, the tapmount system makes use of the top and bottom of the rail with built-in holes that you can use to mount things or hang things without having to buy any accessories.That said, the beauty of the holey rail system is the cheap and readily available hooks. That is certainly true and it's nice that you aren't locked into a special type of hook. I've got everything mounted to the holey rail and am going to continue using it. However if I could start over I'd probably use something else.I'm glad to hear that most people had a better experience than I did, but I thought I'd throw my review out there as it would have helped me look for something else. 3Worth the Money For $24, you get a very sturdy steel peg rail. I've got them all around my garage, with lots of weight on them. No problems. They hang pretty easily on 16" center studs and are very sturdy. Pegs tend to pull out a bit easy when you take an item off, but that's true of most pegging systems. Given that the various alternatives (like Rubbermaid's FastTrac system) require you to buy their attachments, this one can be used with standard pegboard accessories--at 1/3 the cost. I gave the HoleyRail only four stars because 1) Very minimal and unhelpful included instructions, and 2) their "self-tapping" screws (for hanging heavier stuff than what pegs will support) don't seem to work--and come with no instructions at all. I can't get them started in the HoleyRail as I would expect to be able to. Fortunately I don't need them. But it might be an issue for some people. 4Overrated product, bought on Amazon along with Bracket Pegboard ... Overrated product, bought on Amazon along with Bracket Pegboard Asst 51pc by Stanley, their performance together leaves a lot to be desired. I don't understand why the Holeyrail company would intentionally make their product with holes too large for pegs and then rely on some junky plastic strapping to hold the pegs in place. The result is a somewhat flimsy and wholly unprofessional finished product that I am contemplating taking to the local scrapyard. 2Pegstoppers are a necessity 2.5 years after purchasing, it finally made it to my husband's list of things to do. He had to actually read the directions, but he figured it out. Hardest part was figuring out which hooks to use. As an aside, the hooks do not come with them. I purchased the Stanley hooks. I'm so excited that so many tools are finally out of the floor! Garage is finally coming along with this essential element. It comes with rubber pegs called "pegstoppers" that Amazon doesn't sell. Unfortunately I need just a few more to hang a couple more tools. The hooks will not be secure without them. Not sure why more were not included. Anyway, my recommendations are: 1. Buy hooks, 2. Don't install onto drywall (unfinished garage walls are optimal), 3. Buy extra pegstoppers from the mfg, 4. Read and follow the instructions, 5. Be predicated to suck it up and pay for shipping- no Prime options. 5Too Confusing to install First problem....hooks sold separately! And then they are difficult to fit into the holes provided on the rail. That was as far as we got before even trying to install it on the wall. Returned it for a refund! Then bought a garage organizer similar that included better and much sturdier hooks and a 1-2-3 installation.....for the same price! 1Perfect I put this thing to the test. I am using it to hold up a wheel barrow, shovels, leaf blowers, etc. Works great, installation was easy 5Best garage organizer I've owned Best garage organizer I've ever used. Ivet bought at least five different garage organizers. All worked but had issues. This one. None. You can adjust to fit your needs. Don't pay attention to the complaints about the securing pegs. At first it was a bit confusing but once you figure them out they work well. Only issue for me was there wasn't enough securing pegs. But that shouldn't be a problem for most people. 5A cool item but DON'T OVER TIGHTEN THE DECK SCREWS WHEN HANGING! I bought two of the Holeyrails and they are a really cool idea. They are easy to install with a stud finder, screw gun and a level. When mounted properly, they hold a lot. Please note that I would NOT use drywall hangers, even the heavy duty ones to mount this. Find at least two studs and drive a couple deck screws into them. I have a couple dozen items hanging from them including a smart ladder and it has no problem supporting all of it.The Holeyrail uses standard peg board hooks and note: IT DOES NOT COME WITH ANY HOOKS! So understand that you will need to purchase those separately. The rail does come with some clever little "holders" that help keep the peg board hooks in place, which is nice.My one complaint is that the rail will bend very easily if you even slightly over-tighten a screw while mounting...especially on the end. It does indicate this in the instructions but it is not emphasized enough. I started the hanging process and mounted one of the end holes into a stud and slightly over-tightened the first screw and the rail flattened a tiny bit. I realized this quickly so the bending was very minimal. But, if you have a screw gun or drill with some power, you could easily flatten the rail out like a pancake by over-tightening...and you are not likely to get it bent back to its proper shape.All in all, this is a nice sturdy item that can really help organize your garage or workshop. I recommend it. 4WORKS GREAT! I had several of garden tools, brooms, and mops that were just standing in the corner of the garage. This system got them organized and off the floor. The instructions suggest that the 4 foot (48 inches) section be mounted by 4 screws. If you're mounting to hit studs that are 16 inches on center only 3 of the 4 are going to anchor to a stud. I started from a corner which allowed me to hit a stud on all 4. I also mounted another section on a concrete block wall. I ordered the mounting kit from their website which included screws, anchors, and drill bit for block wall mounting. 5
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I like it, but dont think its perfect. Good for my garage I give these a solid 4 stars, leaning toward 4.5. To sum it up, they do what they are supposed to do, but it's a little bit quirky to install. I think for the value of the rail and for what you get, it definitely beats the plastic style rails that you get at home improvement stores. The reason is the pegs are dirt cheap, and if you want to hang ANYTHING on those other rails it will cost anywhere from $8-$11. I picked up a few multi packs of hooks for around $35 - $40, and bought about $50 worth of these rails. For around $100 invested plus a little time to hang them, I feel I've got a solid system in the garage.Pro:Solid steel heavy gauge. These things are "rated" for 600lbs, and I would say the steel alone probably could support it. But don't plan on really hanging that much weight. I probably have around 30lbs on one, and there is no sign of it sagging or doing anything bad.Hangers are dirt cheap for them. You can hang whatever you want, and organize it the way you want.Comes with "peg strappers" and some screws. I am not overly impressed with the pegstrappers, but they do what they say they do. They keep the hooks from pulling out.Value. Really this is the biggest thing. I got 5 of these rails for about $55 shipped. I'm out of stuff to hang up.Cons:To hang these up side by side, you will almost need to put some drywall anchors in rather than putting it into a stud. The reason being these measure 48" long, and that is only enough space for 3 screws obviously. They state that you need 4 screws minimum to support the weight rating. Well if you hang them dead center at 48" you can't butt them up. If you off center it a little bit by 1" you could hang two up side by side, but that's it. So I had several drywall hangers. Weight isn't a huge concern for me, so keep this in mind. I am NOT trying to hold up 600lbs.Shipping cost is a bit of a bummer for these, but I believe they are being honest as to the true cost.*EDIT* One thing to point out, I'm sure that the pegs that you stick in this thing will fail LONG before this rail will, and I'm not really knocking it. I just dont think its perfect. For this thing to be perfect in my opinion it needs to have a couple more rows of holes in there, and it could fit more stuff. My critique about the 48" rail on 16" spacing is minor, and not sure how to fix that. 4Simple, easy, but not the most sturdy way to hold things. Storage and organization is a real challenge, so I was excited to find the holey rail product. Based on the positive reviews and the fact that it's such a simple and relatively inexpensive solution, I put up 6x 4ft lengths in my garage.There wasn't much in the way of instructions, but there also wasn't much needed as it's a really simple product. It was easy to install and looks good once installed.My frustration comes from the peg system itself: They simply don't stay attached and you have to strap every single one down or it ends up being one time use. A word of caution: Amazon suggested a stanley pack of 1/8" hooks to buy with it. Unfortunately those hooks are really thin and barely stay attached. I highly recommend getting only 1/4" hooks, and even then they really don't stay attached well. Yes I made them work and they don't pop out once strapped, but it never really feels very secure.Additionally, the hooks that are available aren't terribly strong and tend to bend quite easily under the load of a shovel or even a bunch of coiled up electrical cords. In my last home I used the John Sterling Tap Mount System (also available at Amazon) which is similar in that it's a long bar like this, but far sturdier than this product. Also, the tapmount system makes use of the top and bottom of the rail with built-in holes that you can use to mount things or hang things without having to buy any accessories.That said, the beauty of the holey rail system is the cheap and readily available hooks. That is certainly true and it's nice that you aren't locked into a special type of hook. I've got everything mounted to the holey rail and am going to continue using it. However if I could start over I'd probably use something else.I'm glad to hear that most people had a better experience than I did, but I thought I'd throw my review out there as it would have helped me look for something else. 3Worth the Money For $24, you get a very sturdy steel peg rail. I've got them all around my garage, with lots of weight on them. No problems. They hang pretty easily on 16" center studs and are very sturdy. Pegs tend to pull out a bit easy when you take an item off, but that's true of most pegging systems. Given that the various alternatives (like Rubbermaid's FastTrac system) require you to buy their attachments, this one can be used with standard pegboard accessories--at 1/3 the cost. I gave the HoleyRail only four stars because 1) Very minimal and unhelpful included instructions, and 2) their "self-tapping" screws (for hanging heavier stuff than what pegs will support) don't seem to work--and come with no instructions at all. I can't get them started in the HoleyRail as I would expect to be able to. Fortunately I don't need them. But it might be an issue for some people. 4Overrated product, bought on Amazon along with Bracket Pegboard ... Overrated product, bought on Amazon along with Bracket Pegboard Asst 51pc by Stanley, their performance together leaves a lot to be desired. I don't understand why the Holeyrail company would intentionally make their product with holes too large for pegs and then rely on some junky plastic strapping to hold the pegs in place. The result is a somewhat flimsy and wholly unprofessional finished product that I am contemplating taking to the local scrapyard. 2Pegstoppers are a necessity 2.5 years after purchasing, it finally made it to my husband's list of things to do. He had to actually read the directions, but he figured it out. Hardest part was figuring out which hooks to use. As an aside, the hooks do not come with them. I purchased the Stanley hooks. I'm so excited that so many tools are finally out of the floor! Garage is finally coming along with this essential element. It comes with rubber pegs called "pegstoppers" that Amazon doesn't sell. Unfortunately I need just a few more to hang a couple more tools. The hooks will not be secure without them. Not sure why more were not included. Anyway, my recommendations are: 1. Buy hooks, 2. Don't install onto drywall (unfinished garage walls are optimal), 3. Buy extra pegstoppers from the mfg, 4. Read and follow the instructions, 5. Be predicated to suck it up and pay for shipping- no Prime options. 5Too Confusing to install First problem....hooks sold separately! And then they are difficult to fit into the holes provided on the rail. That was as far as we got before even trying to install it on the wall. Returned it for a refund! Then bought a garage organizer similar that included better and much sturdier hooks and a 1-2-3 installation.....for the same price! 1Perfect I put this thing to the test. I am using it to hold up a wheel barrow, shovels, leaf blowers, etc. Works great, installation was easy 5Best garage organizer I've owned Best garage organizer I've ever used. Ivet bought at least five different garage organizers. All worked but had issues. This one. None. You can adjust to fit your needs. Don't pay attention to the complaints about the securing pegs. At first it was a bit confusing but once you figure them out they work well. Only issue for me was there wasn't enough securing pegs. But that shouldn't be a problem for most people. 5A cool item but DON'T OVER TIGHTEN THE DECK SCREWS WHEN HANGING! I bought two of the Holeyrails and they are a really cool idea. They are easy to install with a stud finder, screw gun and a level. When mounted properly, they hold a lot. Please note that I would NOT use drywall hangers, even the heavy duty ones to mount this. Find at least two studs and drive a couple deck screws into them. I have a couple dozen items hanging from them including a smart ladder and it has no problem supporting all of it.The Holeyrail uses standard peg board hooks and note: IT DOES NOT COME WITH ANY HOOKS! So understand that you will need to purchase those separately. The rail does come with some clever little "holders" that help keep the peg board hooks in place, which is nice.My one complaint is that the rail will bend very easily if you even slightly over-tighten a screw while mounting...especially on the end. It does indicate this in the instructions but it is not emphasized enough. I started the hanging process and mounted one of the end holes into a stud and slightly over-tightened the first screw and the rail flattened a tiny bit. I realized this quickly so the bending was very minimal. But, if you have a screw gun or drill with some power, you could easily flatten the rail out like a pancake by over-tightening...and you are not likely to get it bent back to its proper shape.All in all, this is a nice sturdy item that can really help organize your garage or workshop. I recommend it. 4WORKS GREAT! I had several of garden tools, brooms, and mops that were just standing in the corner of the garage. This system got them organized and off the floor. The instructions suggest that the 4 foot (48 inches) section be mounted by 4 screws. If you're mounting to hit studs that are 16 inches on center only 3 of the 4 are going to anchor to a stud. I started from a corner which allowed me to hit a stud on all 4. I also mounted another section on a concrete block wall. I ordered the mounting kit from their website which included screws, anchors, and drill bit for block wall mounting. 5
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