For a while I have had my angle grinders just hanging anywhere I could find a spot often they were so bunched together it took a few minutes to separate the one I wanted from the others. So today being an unseasonably cool and rainy morning I decided what better project than to construct a simple wall rack for my angle grinders. It is 70" long with 2 slotted tabs welded to one of the legs which slide and lock in the wall slots of my shop van now I can at least hang 9 of my most used angle grinders in one place . I mounted it about 7 feet up on the wall which is about as high as my wife can comfortably reach the handles of the grinders if I ask her to bring one of them to me.
This also freed up space to hang one of my circular saws and one of my portable band saws
From Left to right #1 Genesis oscillating saw/ grinder #2 Chicago 4 1/2" with a cone rock #3 Skill 4 1/2" with twisted wire bead brush #4 Chicago 4 1/2" with a thin disk #5 Dewalt 4 1/2" with a 1/4" thick grinding disk #6 Porter cable 5 " with a 3" cup brush #7 Sears Industrial 7" with worn down 1/4" thick disk #8 Ridgid 7" with a thin disk #9 Ingersol Rand 9" with 7" rubber pad and #36 grit fiber disk