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Pinned Our BIKE SHEDS

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by GreyImport, Sep 8, 2013.

  1. Jake89

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    Was the front a shinko as well? I've read some reviews and people seem pretty happy with them.
     
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    Nah, it was some other brand I don't remember exactly. I will have a look at when I get home tonight
     
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    Yeeeee Haaaaaa! Finally a driveway to complement the garage..... Is this the new Fizzer Factory now that Grey has turned to the dark side......? :prankster:

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    Yeah, your bed is next to the Fizzers and the Triumph...:lolsign:
     
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    He is not joking ... I helped him set it up :cool:
     
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    Ok Mr Grey ship the Fizzer over to Grasshopper's house with a set of instructions scrawled in red crayon on the side of an old fruit box.
     
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    looks like you have some units down the back ?
     
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    Yep, new neighbours soon I guess!
     
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    might move to tamworth to annoy grey.lol.
     
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    make sure you buy a house with a big shed like this

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    not big enuff.
     
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    There are some great sheds in this thread! Mine is falling apart and looks terrible on the outside but it's okay inside. I do want to get a replacement shed some time but the idea of moving everything out, finding somewhere to keep it and then moving it all back in is a bit overwhelming. At the moment mine is in a bit of transition state as I just inherited some more bench tools and I need more cupboards but I guess sheds are like mechanical projects - they never really end :)
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    Hey Jazzhunt, looks like there is room in there for a project bike or 3 ?
     
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    :lolsign: Yeah, just don't mention that to my wife, Kiffsta! It's all part of a cunning plan but, like all the best plans, it will take time and guile and careful management before it comes to fruition:) Part of the reason I am lurking around this site is to be able to identify a good project when it comes up but I don't think it will be this year. Patience, patience....
     
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    Yea those benches are WAY too clean !

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    It's a rare thing but, right now, I'm between projects, so they aren't too bad. I do have to fix an outboard pretty soon so I'm sure it's only a temporary thing :)
     
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    I could never be that clean, I try but others get in the way!
    Is that carpet ? !!!
     
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    Hmmm, sort of... It's a kind of vinyl sea-grass matting thing. It was on the floor when I bought the house and, given the cracks I can feel in the slab, I've never been willing to pull it up :) It's a bit weird but it's incredibly durable and never seems to stain so I've just left it there.
    When I get a new shed, I'll have a new slab so I'm sure I'll chuck it but until then I may as well leave it:)
     
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    Heres the business end of the shed, with my two track bikes.
     
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