If you love to shoot pool, you know how much a quality pool cue wall rack costs. A top of line stack icon with a straight shaft and linen wrapped stub is expensive. A standing racks are good for keeping one or two rings, but for more, you need a pool cue rack mounted. Assemble stand low enough for players to use easily.
Turn pool cue wall rack. Measure distance between hanging hooks on back of rack. Remember distance or write down. Flip force on stud finder. Add stud finder flat against wall and slide over wall that you would like to hang rack. When stud finder Piper or flashes, you’ve found a stud. Cleats wear heavy weight better than a plain wall.
Mark stud with pencil at eye level so rack is not too high. Use your tape measure to mark distance from stud mark you made with length of rack hooks. Start wood screws into wall. Use an electric screwdriver to put screws in wall about 2 inches. Only 1 inch to hang. Hang pool cue wall rack on two screws. Ask a friend to help you carry weight if you need to. Hang your rack in a well lit area. This makes finding right stick more easily.