garage pics

Discussion in 'Photos' started by W4lnutz, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. 2fast4u

    2fast4u Been here awhile

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    Thats a nice garage anywhere! jealous.:clap
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  2. bomose

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  3. GSequoia

    GSequoia Where are my tools?

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    Are you able to obtain waste oil heaters? And do you produce enough waste oil with your fleet to make it worthy? If I had to worry about garage heating that's what I would do (and maybe it would give me some motivation to do timely fluid changes)!
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  4. Paul_Rochdale

    Paul_Rochdale Been here awhile

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    Another thing I'm really fussy about is tidiness. There are some excellent examples of neat workshops on here and a few of utter chaos. I cannot and will not work in chaos, tools and bike parts scattered on the floor and so on. All my spanners are now in steel tool cabinets with drawers. With thin black non-slip foam in the drawers, all of the spanners are clean and in size order. That way I can go immediately to the right size spanner and also see if any are missing. I have mislaid so many tools in the past and stumbled over so many bits on the floor. My temper is too short these days and I enjoy working in good light, in a comfortable temperature and surrounded by neatness. I've even been known to vacuum the bloody carpet.:eek1
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  5. Rensen

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    Wow some bad ass man caves :clap
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  6. Horton

    Horton Been here awhile

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    But Paul, please be careful with this heating things. . .

    As a townboy I have to deal with normal garage sizes. The other picture, older post, is my "workshop" garage, in an other part of town.

    This is only the "garage". It is close to the flat.
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    Years ago, we had a lot of old company sheds. Some used later as a workshop. But this buildings are long gone :cry
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  7. The Evil Twin

    The Evil Twin Boxer Freak

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    I move stuff around when there is a project in the works. So sometimes the bikes are parked at odd angles.
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    Normally, this is what it looks like in the "bike parking". The other half is for the cars and shelves with Rubbermaid tubs of random shit I won't throw out :lol2
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  8. Paul_Rochdale

    Paul_Rochdale Been here awhile

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    My ultimate workshop would resemble those F1 workshops - tiled floors, superb lighting and everything immaculate with the vehicles at just the right height to make working on them a pleasure. I have a sheet of inch thick high density foam to kneel on when I have to. My knees don't take kindly to kneeling these days.
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  9. Xtremjeepn

    Xtremjeepn Motorhead!

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    Need to finish the garage project:lol3

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    But I keep getting distracted with car and bike projects (new bike hauler)

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  10. Vincenthdfan

    Vincenthdfan Been here awhile

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    Love it...especially the awning off the side. You can never have enough shelter from the elements.

    Very nice, inside and out! :clap
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  11. 5punksdad

    5punksdad Tag-Master-Flash

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    Thank you thank you.
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  12. tradex56

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  13. Ninja Dan

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  14. Rensen

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  15. 5punksdad

    5punksdad Tag-Master-Flash

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    Love that nighthawk

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  16. Nophix

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    He burned a zThou. Kill.... him... now.

    Seriously, all he got was probation? I think a one way camping trip would be in order.
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  17. ravenbyrne

    ravenbyrne n00b

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  18. MiteyF

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    My current (somewhat temporary) house.

    This picture is a bit outdated though... missing a few bikes :evil

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  19. satz

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    Can i get you do this trick again for a few cases of beer?


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  20. hairsmith

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    Mine a few years ago during some tideing up on the R100RS

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