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Suggestions on setting up the Built to Fight Vinyl Thai Bag

    Tue, 2010-03-02 23:08 — prettysandiegogirl

    Hi guys!  I'm looking for suggestions on how to best setup the Built to Fight Vinyl Thai bag in my garage.  What have you found that works?  My roommate and I have a two car garage and we were thinking of getting a punching bag.   Here is where I need the help- what type of stand should we get?  Should it be something that is permanent or something that we take down when not in use?  I wouldn't mind parking my truck outside for the convenience of not having to move the bag around.

    Also, I don't see a wall mount working because the walls are dry wall and there isn't anyway it could support a rack of some sort and bag.
    Kimmie

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    There are several way you could do this. Big 5 has stands on sale, so you could go that route. We have stands, but they are out of stock right now. Another, is if you use a carabiner clip to loop it around a rafter and clip back onto the chain.
    Let me know if this helps.
    -MattB

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