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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by GreyImport, Sep 8, 2013.
nah- you can fit more in---just move the wall back.
if your running elect underground good idea to run a waterline as well ,not much dearer if you already have the gear there ,best thing ever did with my shed (doesn't have to be inside ) worst mistake was not putting a gantry /overhead hoist etc when building ,can be done cheaply if not wanting to lift over 500 kgs but would save a lot of back pain and turn 2 man jobs into 1 man job
Think you nailed it, life could be so much easier with the correct gear.
If I were designing a new garage/shed, I would incorporate all of the above + some
yep,phone line, tv cable,even compressed air line and outlet under house.
The mezzanine went up behind the hoist today.
Very happy with the job done by SSO in Queanbeyan. Thanks Sean.
My current setup at the moment, world of a difference to how it was when i moved in 2 and a bit years ago
still cant wait to have buy my own home with my own garage.......dont care if its smaller....i just want it to be mine, so i can hang items up, paint and seal the floor and build work benches to suit....
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I'm doing some minor renovations (so far it has taken a month) on my little workshop. The big reveal will happen soon.
So spending some time trying to organise all this stuff. As you can see, quite a bit messy. Trying to work on the MC22 and tidy up at the same time is a little chaotic. Also have 2 CR125's needing attention. But MC22 is first on the chopping block. The poor NSR has been neglected for some time now. Work bench is at a usable height now, perfect for me at least. Plenty of space too once I put everything in the correct place.
Need to make room for my next planned motorcycle: KTM 300 EXC
if you think thats messy, don't look in my sheds, but on the up side nothing gets stolen, when there there not sure what will crawl out there!
Mine's been rearranged a bit and looked like this back in June. It's a bit messier again now!
There are 4 bikes in the carport right now too, 3 of which I own...
Knocked the back fence down last weekend in preparation for the new shed.
2 bay with a carport on the left side. 1 bay for RX7, 1 bay for bikes and workshop
Shed is finally up! Looking forward to getting the new work space set up this weekend.
Bunk bed, beer fridge & bathroom in there and you'd truly have a man cave.
what about the blonde!!!
I've already got the blonde.
All the toys in their new home. There's even room for another couple of bikes!
no beer fridge!
might have to get a wager going on how long it takes before you run out of room after all you cant let all that spare space go to waste
If anyone is after some extra lighting in their shed / garage / worshop these might be a good option.
There is no lighting at all in my new "workshop" at the new house so I think 4 of these will give me quite a bit of light... and low running cost too.
i recently put up a 150 watt hi bay led. all they need is a 3 pin plug fitted. the neighbours have commented on the bright light-110$ on ebay including delivery.