Hafele Omni Track Ready Pack Sports Kit and Track Kits

Less work organizing and more time for play with the Ready Pack Sports Kit from Hafele. Just slip this set of rugged hooks and bins onto Hafele's solid, sleek-looking aluminum Track Kits (pictured, sold separately below) and slide them around for the ultimate in flexibility and space efficiency. Hooks are solid steel with a non-slip rubber coating; the included Cover Caps slip into the baseplates to secure the hooks in place. Sports Kit includes 7 hooks of various types, 2 storage bins and 10 cover caps (see More Info tab for complete listing, as well as Track Kit contents). Track Kits are sold separately in either 48" or 97" lengths.Ready Pack Sports Kit includes:(2) Heavy Duty Activity Hooks for skis, snow boards, hockey and lacrosse sticks and baseball bats(1) Heavy Duty 16" Utility Hook for bikes in horizontal position(2) Heavy Duty Bike Hooks for bikes in vertical position and golf bags(10) Cover Caps for Large Base Plate Hooks (2) Heavy Duty Utility Hooks for tennis and racket ball rackets(2) Large Storage Bins for tennis and golf balls, sports gloves and helmets97" Ready Pack Track Kit (sold separately, #41164) includes:(2) 97" Wall Tracks(8) Plastic Edge Profiles(100) Truss Head Screws, # 10 x 2 1/2"(50) Installation Nails(1) Mounting Instructions48" Ready Pack Track Kit (sold separately, #41165) includes:(4) 48" Wall Tracks(8) Plastic Edge Profiles(100) Truss Head Screws, # 10 x 2 1/2"(50) Installation Nails(4) Track Joiners

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