Exited installed unistrut channel cross bars. Improvised what I saw on the forum. Parts are from 90% lowes/ 10% home depot. Let me know what you guys think took me a while to figure this out. But got it done!
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looks good! I used the same stuff for mine but notched, bent, and welded them back together so I didn't need the risers. the stuff is sturdy but will definitely sag if you put some heavy stuff in the middle (like the pressure treated 2x12x18 I got two weeks ago). you could always put one or two more cross-bars on in the middle to help distribute the weight. Or just keep the heavy stuff towards the edges. You have plans for anything specific up there?Exited installed unistrut channel cross bars. Improvised what I saw on the forum. Parts are from 90% lowes/ 10% home depot. Let me know what you guys think took me a while to figure this out. But got it done!