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Pinned Our BIKE SHEDS

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

  1. GreyImport

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    Off to the garage/shed company today to get the ball rolling on the new and improved Fizz Factory Inc headquarters

    Need somewhere to hang 'The Flag'

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    WooHoo... you really wont know yourself once you have it up..
     
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    So heres the plan ... as long as the council wankers approve it ..... the old slab is under the required distance from the boundary so that will require some pissing about as I will need a second slab.

    This will give me outside undercover parking and with only 1 larger roller door ... the LC can be half parked inside and still have room to walk around it thru the opening ..... the other side can be fully dedicated to bikes, storage, workshop and man caving , etc ..... glass sliding door and window at the back wall leading onto the outside BBQ , seating etc., paved/landscaped area

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    That will be an awesome setup... no longer will you have 3 or 4 garden sheds full of bike parts :)
     
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    There's something wrong with that drawing.... Where's the beer fridge??
     
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    Hopefully near the sliding glass door leading out to the BBQ and close to the workshop. :)
     
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    turned a grinder into a buffing machine and welded up a stand yesterday and used today. whilst in bunnings today spied 2 vtwin direct drive compressors reduced to $299 from i think 449.another series of posts to weld to put more bikes 5 feet up in air and have 2nd chain ratchet to lift them up.small duster compressor also coming in liue of labour.
     
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    Fizzer Factory Rebuild

    Phase 1 - Old workshop/shed moved and re commisioned as a parts and junk storage depot

    Near empty

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    Wheelbarrows are on the starting grid but sadly with a new bridge being built a couple of hours away in another small town , all available concrete and trucks were taken for today :aggressive:


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    Heres the slab for the shed to hold all my Honda parts .... :prankster::oops::aggressive:

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    A man can never have enough sheds.
     
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    So I decided as the Fizzer might be getting to its use by date very soon that I should erect it as monument for all its years service .... I think it will sit proudly on this to be admired over the coming years while drinking beer in the new courtyard ... what do you think? :drinks:


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    Probably better suited to a BBQ but whatever floats your boat
    Maybe put the Fizzer on the roof of the new shed and use it as a weathervane.


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    Sounds like a great idea. You can embed all the spare carb sets into the concrete surrounding it as homage to the Fizzer Gods.
     
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    No doubt it's for a huge BBQ plate. But where is the oven going to go ?, the install spot has been bricked in. You are going to fit one for baking paint high temp paint OR removing bearing's out of the cases ?.Who hasn't use the kitchen oven for job's like this, Nope not me :D.
     
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    Im the chief cook and bottle washer here ... and also the kitchen bitch .... I know I would use the dishwasher for cleaning parts , but I dont have one :headbang: :lolsign:
     
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