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Claw Bike Wall Mount

The Gladiator Claw is an advanced bike storage system for both adult and child-sized bicycles, getting them off the floor and out of the way. The convenient and flexible storage solution is constructed of high-strength plastic and capable of holding bikes up to 50 lbs, simply use the push-lock mechanism to quickly hang or release a bicycle with one intuitive motion. Push up once to close the arms, push up again to open them and release the bicycle. 



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VERMICULAR CAST IRON SYSTEM

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