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    Ideas for hanging a heavy bag from the garage ceiling

    Just got a 100lb heavy bag but i'm having issues hanging it. the beams in my roof i dont believe are strong enough to support it. i'm trying not to hang it off the wall also and dont want a bag stand. you cant move around it.

    ideas?

    what have you guys done before, do you guys have heavy bags in your garages hanging from the ceiling?
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    You're going to have to run a 2x4 across several of the beams and hang it from that.
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    Originally Posted by Gomi View Post
    Just got a 100lb heavy bag but i'm having issues hanging it. the beams in my roof i dont believe are strong enough to support it. i'm trying not to hang it off the wall also and dont want a bag stand. you cant move around it.

    ideas?

    what have you guys done before, do you guys have heavy bags in your garages hanging from the ceiling?
    buy a rope find a tree lol, thats what i do with mine.
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    Originally Posted by TylerManning View Post
    buy a rope find a tree lol, thats what i do with mine.
    man if i had a big tree in my yard i wouldnt ask lol
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    Originally Posted by beaucephus View Post
    You're going to have to run a 2x4 across several of the beams and hang it from that.
    probably means i'd have to cut a hole in the ceiling?
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    Originally Posted by Gomi View Post
    Just got a 100lb heavy bag but i'm having issues hanging it. the beams in my roof i dont believe are strong enough to support it. i'm trying not to hang it off the wall also and dont want a bag stand. you cant move around it.

    ideas?

    what have you guys done before, do you guys have heavy bags in your garages hanging from the ceiling?
    Just don't do it, unless you are very familiar with the construction of your roof. Most roofing beams are made to flex in both directions and adding weight inhibits that flextion. Unless you really don't care about your house (or you are renting) it's just a bad idea.

    Even 100 pounds could wreck havoc on your roof.....how do I know? I ask the superindendent who build my house about it, and he gave me a 30min run down on why I shouldnt..

    If you live in a climate that doesn't have tempature swings from winter to summer you might be alright....just afix two-by fours accross the beams (on top) in the attic and screw into those beams...
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    Originally Posted by jdare77 View Post
    Just don't do it, unless you are very familiar with the construction of your roof. Most roofing beams are made to flex in both directions and adding weight inhibits that flextion. Unless you really don't care about your house (or you are renting) it's just a bad idea.

    Even 100 pounds could wreck havoc on your roof.....how do I know? I ask the superindendent who build my house about it, and he gave me a 30min run down on why I shouldnt..

    If you live in a climate that doesn't have tempature swings from winter to summer you might be alright....just afix two-by fours accross the beams (on top) in the attic and screw into those beams...
    i guess i meant bolt into the studs running across the inside of the ceiling to hang from, in the attic, not the actual roof. the beams dont look very strong, thats why i'm wondering how to do it. i always hung a bag from outside, but that was a different house and this house has no tree or wide 8x10 beam that i hung a bag from before.
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    Originally Posted by Gomi View Post
    i guess i meant bolt into the studs running across the inside of the ceiling to hang from, in the attic, not the actual roof. the beams dont look very strong, thats why i'm wondering how to do it. i always hung a bag from outside, but that was a different house and this house has no tree or wide 8x10 beam that i hung a bag from before.
    Those studs are exactly what I am talking about...they support the roof in a geometric pattern (triangle in most cases) where the bottom part of the triangle (studs) flex.

    I was thinkinga bout it a little bit and you probably could just use something to distribute the weight a little bit and it would probably do a good job if you are not worried about damaging it. If you have acces to the area above your garage (should be a service entrance) get a sheet of plywood, bolt two 2X4's to the plywood, and put that in your roof accross the beams, if you dont want to cut through the sheet rock on the top, then secure the board to a couple of the studs and just bolt straight into the studs, it should hold it, and spread the weight between 5 or 6 beams...
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    Originally Posted by jdare77 View Post
    Those studs are exactly what I am talking about...they support the roof in a geometric pattern (triangle in most cases) where the bottom part of the triangle (studs) flex.

    I was thinkinga bout it a little bit and you probably could just use something to distribute the weight a little bit and it would probably do a good job if you are not worried about damaging it. If you have acces to the area above your garage (should be a service entrance) get a sheet of plywood, bolt two 2X4's to the plywood, and put that in your roof accross the beams, if you dont want to cut through the sheet rock on the top, then secure the board to a couple of the studs and just bolt straight into the studs, it should hold it, and spread the weight between 5 or 6 beams...
    im trying to picture what your talking about - you dont have any kind of a diagram do you?
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    Carpenter for 19 years here.

    if you have sheet rock on your ceiling then just run a 2x6 across 3 of the rafters, use about 4 screws on each rafter, install your bag hanger using 4 or 5 inch lags. make sure that your lags go through the 2by you installed and the rafter above.

    Trust me boxing off one of your rafters will not destroy your house.

    you will have to have some sheet rock repair after you remove it. but other than the sheet rock the bag should be just fine hanging like this.
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    Originally Posted by rednecksamurai View Post
    Carpenter for 19 years here.

    if you have sheet rock on your ceiling then just run a 2x6 across 3 of the rafters, use about 4 screws on each rafter, install your bag hanger using 4 or 5 inch lags. make sure that your lags go through the 2by you installed and the rafter above.

    Trust me boxing off one of your rafters will not destroy your house.

    you will have to have some sheet rock repair after you remove it. but other than the sheet rock the bag should be just fine hanging like this.
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    What works great for me is hang a spring hook. It's like the one that holds garage doors but smaller. you can buy it at Everlast. This reduces the strain on the anchor.
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    That sounds like a lot of work when you can buy a bag stand for like $100...but then again maybe I'm just jealous because my garage was built by morons and I'm lucky the beams support the roof, let alone extra weight.
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    Originally Posted by Gomi View Post
    im trying to picture what your talking about - you dont have any kind of a diagram do you?
    They're called trusses and look like this:



    Originally Posted by rednecksamurai View Post
    Carpenter for 19 years here.

    if you have sheet rock on your ceiling then just run a 2x6 across 3 of the rafters, use about 4 screws on each rafter, install your bag hanger using 4 or 5 inch lags. make sure that your lags go through the 2by you installed and the rafter above.

    Trust me boxing off one of your rafters will not destroy your house.

    you will have to have some sheet rock repair after you remove it. but other than the sheet rock the bag should be just fine hanging like this.
    Exactly. 100 lbs bag isn't going to collapse your roof. What do you think a foot of snow weights?
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    What do you think a foot of snow weights?
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    Originally Posted by beaucephus View Post
    You're going to have to run a 2x4 across several of the beams and hang it from that.
    this is what i did
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    this is what i ultimately wanted to do. i still might try it but have to figure out how it'll work. my garage is set up exactly like this, including where the attic is in proportion to where the door is.

    and i have the same shop vac too lulz






    i did end up getting a bag stand but its just not the same as a free hanging bag.
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