Rugged steel structure holds up to 400 lbs. Easy to install; adjustable from 34-58 inches. Limited lifetime warranty.
A costly model that's not foldable, but it is sturdier than some competitors.
Adjustable to approximately 55 in. Easy to put up/fold. A sleek pick for smaller tires. Easy to install.
Holds up to 300 lbs., which is less weight that some competitors can hold. Aluminum isn't as strong as steel. Expensive.
An affordable model that holds up to 300 lbs. and adjusts from 32-48 inches. Folds against the wall when not in use. Easy to install.
It's shorter than some of its competitors, which means some tire models may not fit.
A mid-level model that's strong and adjustable from 36-68 in. Holds up to 375 lbs. Mid-range price.
Not as easy to install as other models if your studs don't line up to its dimensions. Doesn't fold against wall. Has some sharp edges.
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