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I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

coffeecup
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In a word...yep!

Just to make sure, you mean you are going to use the 2x4 as a crossbeam between the 2 studs already in the wall and use that to mount the bag, right? If so, you are good to go.
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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

coffeecup
 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


In a word...yep!

Just to make sure, you mean you are going to use the 2x4 as a crossbeam between the 2 studs already in the wall and use that to mount the bag, right? If so, you are good to go.
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I thought it might!

I figured I'm just putting a beam on the outside of the wall instead of it being on the inside of the wall.

Thank you very much!

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Yes to what you said at the end.

Exactly what I was thinking to do.

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

coffeecup
 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


That will work brilliantly, no problem!

You can also get brackets that are specifically designed to span studs (which should actually be 16" center to center) that will do the same thing with slightly more accuracy, but the cost would be more, though the aesthetic is a bit nicer.

But you're definitely on the correct path.

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
Search the net for images for punching bag mount. All kids of stuff show up.
I would buy a proper mount, you start kicking that thing and you could do some damage.
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Darlin I have no clue, sounds sexy though

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

coffeecup
 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


That will work brilliantly, no problem!

You can also get brackets that are specifically designed to span studs (which should actually be 16" center to center) that will do the same thing with slightly more accuracy, but the cost would be more, though the aesthetic is a bit nicer.

But you're definitely on the correct path.

penguin
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Thanks for the input!

Yes I also considered trying to find what you are talking about and then just put it behind my wall mount. Like a backside connector piece to the short on that I was given if that makes sense. lol

Yes thank you!
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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
Search the net for images for punching bag mount. All kids of stuff show up.
I would buy a proper mount, you start kicking that thing and you could do some damage.
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Yes. My bag did not come with a mount.. so I did a little research before I got the mount I purchased.

However lol.. I didn't know I had far apart beams in the wall.

I always thought that there were vertical and horizontal beams in a wall structure.

Opps!

But it is a good mount for bags that are going to be kicked.

And it is definitely going to be kicked!

lol

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Darlin I have no clue, sounds sexy though

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

coffeecup
 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


That will work brilliantly, no problem!

You can also get brackets that are specifically designed to span studs (which should actually be 16" center to center) that will do the same thing with slightly more accuracy, but the cost would be more, though the aesthetic is a bit nicer.

But you're definitely on the correct path.

penguin
 Quoting: MountainTux NLI


Thanks for the input!

Yes I also considered trying to find what you are talking about and then just put it behind my wall mount. Like a backside connector piece to the short on that I was given if that makes sense. lol

Yes thank you!
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Makes perfect sense! And I think it's cool that you're going to work out with a K/P bag, great fun and awesome cardio, as well as phenomenal stress relief.

Enjoy!

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

coffeecup
 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


That will work brilliantly, no problem!

You can also get brackets that are specifically designed to span studs (which should actually be 16" center to center) that will do the same thing with slightly more accuracy, but the cost would be more, though the aesthetic is a bit nicer.

But you're definitely on the correct path.

penguin
 Quoting: MountainTux NLI


Thanks for the input!

Yes I also considered trying to find what you are talking about and then just put it behind my wall mount. Like a backside connector piece to the short on that I was given if that makes sense. lol

Yes thank you!
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It's really the same thing, perhaps just a little more appealing from an appearance perspective.

You could really use anything so long as the material you are using is strong enough to hold it's shape and strength but the wood stud is the way it's done (internally) when builders want to mount things like light fixtures, cabinets, etc., the only difference is those are inside the sheet rock, yours will be outside...same thing as far as structural strength.

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
So I am hanging a 40 pound punching bag no biggie.

I bought this wall anchor thingy for it.

Problem is I need it to be drilled into studs cause of the weight factor.

I have studs in the wall but they are like 12 inches apart. Vertically speaking. There are no horizontal beams.

My hanging mount thingy is only about 6 inches across tho.

Meaning I can get one screw drilled into a beam however the other part will only stretch to the drywall part. Which will not mount it properly cause it just falls out of the wall on the drywall part with that particular screw.

So what I was thinking.... is to go to home depot and have a piece of 2x4 cut to about 14 inches.

Then I was going to use that and hammer it into the wall so as to connect both beams and then from there mount a drill my holes into the 2x4 to get more hanging power if you will.

Will that work?

If not... could someone who knows about this kind of thing please pass along any tips or suggestions to me?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks and have a great day!

coffeecup
 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


That will work brilliantly, no problem!

You can also get brackets that are specifically designed to span studs (which should actually be 16" center to center) that will do the same thing with slightly more accuracy, but the cost would be more, though the aesthetic is a bit nicer.

But you're definitely on the correct path.

penguin
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Thanks for the input!

Yes I also considered trying to find what you are talking about and then just put it behind my wall mount. Like a backside connector piece to the short on that I was given if that makes sense. lol

Yes thank you!
 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


Makes perfect sense! And I think it's cool that you're going to work out with a K/P bag, great fun and awesome cardio, as well as phenomenal stress relief.

Enjoy!

penguin
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Heck yeah it is!

Just 30 second blasts can get that heart rate right up!

I have my garage converted into a mini gym.

Only thing missing was a nice bag to go to town on.

And of course I have my pink boxing gloves lol

Thanks for coming on by I appreciate it!


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I'm not sure I get the picture. Shouldn't you hang a 40lb punching bag from the ceiling? Or don't they make special frames to support the bags?
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What kind of retard mounts a punching bag on a wall?

Are you a bat?
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Just a quick thought since it's a punching bad and depending on the mounting bracket for it.

You may want to put in two cross members, again if the mounting bracket for the bag will allow it. This is due to the side to side action you will be putting on the anchor, etc. Either way, you should be fine.
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I'm not sure I get the picture. Shouldn't you hang a 40lb punching bag from the ceiling? Or don't they make special frames to support the bags?
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If it helps... This is what I bought to hang the bag with.

It comes off the wall like an arm if you will.

I considered the ceiling but then my bag will be to high for me.

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Thanks for checking out my thread!

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
Just a quick thought since it's a punching bad and depending on the mounting bracket for it.

You may want to put in two cross members, again if the mounting bracket for the bag will allow it. This is due to the side to side action you will be putting on the anchor, etc. Either way, you should be fine.
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I'm not sure I get the picture. Shouldn't you hang a 40lb punching bag from the ceiling? Or don't they make special frames to support the bags?
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Different bags mount different ways. Here are some wall mounts.

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
Just a quick thought since it's a punching bad and depending on the mounting bracket for it.

You may want to put in two cross members, again if the mounting bracket for the bag will allow it. This is due to the side to side action you will be putting on the anchor, etc. Either way, you should be fine.
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Got ya for sure.

Thanks for that tid bit as well.


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One question.

Where did you manage to find a 40 pound libtard?

They are usuallt like...300 pounds or more.

Unless you kept it in the basement till it thinned up a bit.

Btw...hang it by the ears...more fun that way.
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I'm not sure I get the picture. Shouldn't you hang a 40lb punching bag from the ceiling? Or don't they make special frames to support the bags?
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If it helps... This is what I bought to hang the bag with.

It comes off the wall like an arm if you will.

I considered the ceiling but then my bag will be to high for me.

[link to rdxsports.com (secure)]

Thanks for checking out my thread!

hf
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Ok...seeing that I would suggest the 2x4 cross member at the top of the bracket BUT also on the lower ones. If you don't the motion of you hitting the bag will also cause them not to hold.

Correction: That is not a suggestion...it is really a must

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Oh please.

I really just needed a little advice.

Stop it.

Don't make me kick you.


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I'm not sure I get the picture. Shouldn't you hang a 40lb punching bag from the ceiling? Or don't they make special frames to support the bags?
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If it helps... This is what I bought to hang the bag with.

It comes off the wall like an arm if you will.

I considered the ceiling but then my bag will be to high for me.

[link to rdxsports.com (secure)]

Thanks for checking out my thread!

hf
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Ok...seeing that I would suggest the 2x4 cross member at the top of the bracket BUT also on the lower ones. If you don't the motion of you hitting the bag will also cause them not to hold.
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Gotchya.

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Re: I need some advice on hanging something heavy THANKS!
One question.

Where did you manage to find a 40 pound libtard?

They are usuallt like...300 pounds or more.

Unless you kept it in the basement till it thinned up a bit.

Btw...hang it by the ears...more fun that way.
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I'm not sure I get the picture. Shouldn't you hang a 40lb punching bag from the ceiling? Or don't they make special frames to support the bags?
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If it helps... This is what I bought to hang the bag with.

It comes off the wall like an arm if you will.

I considered the ceiling but then my bag will be to high for me.

[link to rdxsports.com (secure)]

Thanks for checking out my thread!

hf
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The wall 2x4's have two nails, top and bottom , connecting them to the rest of the wall, plus the sheetrock screws. There are probably trusses in your ceiling, giving better strength. Here is an ebay link for some ceiling swivel mounts. You can adjust the height of the bag with the length of chain that you hang it by. I wouldn't hang it in the center of the room, but within 5 ft or so of the walls.

Last Edited by Pilgrim001 on 06/29/2019 03:26 PM
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What kind of retard mounts a punching bag on a wall?

Are you a bat?
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Me.

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Drill Atleast 8 holes
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Use a noose.

Leave the punching bag out of it.
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I'm not sure I get the picture. Shouldn't you hang a 40lb punching bag from the ceiling? Or don't they make special frames to support the bags?
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If it helps... This is what I bought to hang the bag with.

It comes off the wall like an arm if you will.

I considered the ceiling but then my bag will be to high for me.

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 Quoting: LittleMissDictator


You'll need the same type cross member for the lower brace as well.

You might use 3" screws to mount the 2x4's onto the
studs ( rather than nails).

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Last Edited by Trained Noticer on 06/29/2019 03:29 PM
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