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Unfinished Double Row Peg Rack With Shelf Solid Cherry, Oak or Maple Construction- Made In The USA

Unfinished  Double Row Peg Rack With Shelf  Unfinished Oak - Round Over Edge
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18" to 58" in length

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with 5 to 19 pegs.

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4.25" Tall with a 4" Deep top shelf. Available in 18" 23" 29" 35" 41" 47" & 58" lengths

Unfinished Double Row Peg Rack With Shelf - Made In The USA

Have you been searching for a quality trophy and medal display rack? These are a fantastic way to customize your own peg rack to match your style, a fun project, comes ready to finish.

The shelf is a fantastic way to display trophies, plaques or photographs.

Features

  • 4" top shelf
  • Hand crafted from Solid Oak
  • Double row of 3" Shaker Pegs.
  • Pegs are spaced every 3"
  • Features an invisible key hole mounting or a counter sunk through hole with matching button plug covers.
  • Other uses

  • Great way for stores to display sale items
  • Dried Flowers
  • Scarfs
  • Belts
  • Ties
  • Clothes
  • Crafts
  • Good way to add more pegs in a limited space.
  • Display awards
  • Awesome way for a team, group or coaches to show off accomplishments and accolades.
  • Each is handcrafted in our Michigan facility, using only the finest hand selected Oak, Cherry or Maple.
    100 % made in the USA



    Unfinished Peg Racks - Peg Installation

    I find it easier to apply the finishes prior to installing the pegs.

    Do not paint the tenon which is the part of the peg that goes in the hole.

    Do not paint inside the hole.

    A small amount of wood glues should be used to attach the pegs.

    The glue should be applied to the sides of the hole. 

    Do not fill the hole as this will prevent you from installing the pegs.

    I push down and use a twisting motion when installing the pegs.  If the pegs are tight you may use a slight rocking motion to help seat the pegs from time to time I find it necessary to sand the tenon a little bit to make the pegs fix in the hole easier.  Keep in mind we want a good fit, to loose and the pegs will come loose.