Great pool cue rack for the price, not top quality, but a little modification makes it a great buy
So this rack is cheaper than any other rack I can find, and, given some of the comments I've seen, I know I might need to do some work on it. I can totally modify things because I have tools and skills (albeit limited). I should start by saying that I think the manufacturer has solved some of the problems that others have, and I don't see any dent or DINS, it has a bottom mounting bracket and the top of those. I bought a black one. I did put a little chip in it, but a permanent marker fixed it. Otherwise, this is exactly what I expected, and you can use dry wall anchors to install it without any problems. All the parts have pre-drilled holes and are assembled together as you would expect. There's an explanation, but it's not necessary. I prefer to hit the stud like this, especially because it is wider than 16 ", so I modified mine. I took off the two top brackets (basically the frame brackets, look at the picture) and moved them to a distance of 16 inches so I could hit the two studs, and I put them down and hid them behind the wood. " It's not sitting against the wall, but you can't say when it hung up. I drilled a small hole in advance to avoid division (the other comments are talking about a problem), so I don't have to worry. I took some pictures, so I hope it will help. The rest of the club at the bottom is of poor quality, but I think this unit deserves a little more credit than I do.