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How to Assemble the Great Wall Gong Hanger


by Angela Barber May 02, 2018

The Great Wall Gong Hanger came about because people love to have gongs hanging around, but in a small office or home space, there's not room to be tripping over a stand.

We know it's not always easy to figure out how to put a stand together so we created videos to help make it easier for you to install this Great Wall Gong Hanger on a wall near you.




Hanger Measurements:
Horizontal Length: 23.5"
Vertical Length: 23.5"
Width: 4"

If you're interested in purchasing the Great Wall Gong Hanger, check out the item listings below.

Great Wall Gong Hangers for 18" to 22" Gongs
18" to 22" Gongs on the Great Wall Gong Hanger - Brown
18" to 22" Gongs on the Great Wall Gong Hanger - Natural




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