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They make rubberized hooks designed to accommodate fat bike tires that are 5+ inches wide. You can probably buy them from a home improvement store. On a wall you could safely store a single or possible two road wheel sets with one. Hung from a ceiling (as most of mine are) you could store two or maybe more road wheel sets on one. The rubberized coating ...


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While I agree that there are no real risks to string your wheels by the rim, there are a number of DIY and commercial wall mounted racks for hanging wheels at the axle. Wheelzrack makes one good option, and even integrates a storage shelf for shoes and helmets. They support up to for sets of wheels, which may be a good option in your case. Feedback sports ...


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As suggested by this answer, there's really no problem with hanging wheels or even an entire bike up by the rims. It's a good idea to pad the hook to avoid scratches, but this should be easy enough with some cheap foam or even tape. Failing that, a narrow shelf with some blocks either side of each wheel to stop them rolling away would work and take up ...



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