Let's see your Man Castle

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by AZcacti, Mar 13, 2007.

  1. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid!

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    And bigger than my first garage!:deal

    Jim :brow
  2. overlandr

    overlandr Dystopist

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    What might get poured into the ground?
  3. MK Bike

    MK Bike D2T

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    word.....
  4. Aanarchy

    Aanarchy Long timer

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    And just how big is your lot?
  5. Aanarchy

    Aanarchy Long timer

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    Insulation -

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  6. Aanarchy

    Aanarchy Long timer

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    Drain for the sink

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  7. Poweranger

    Poweranger Been here awhile

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    Water from snow melting off vehicles.
  8. STANIMAL

    STANIMAL SUPPORT THE SECOND

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  9. Poweranger

    Poweranger Been here awhile

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    Is the pipe sticking out of the ground your vent for the sink drain?
  10. Gas Hog

    Gas Hog Two Wheel Fanatic

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    You son of a bitch :huh..oh wait water..mmm that's Ok :lol3
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  11. Poweranger

    Poweranger Been here awhile

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    I washed my bike once this winter in the shop. So the water had some soap and dirt in it. Is that OK? :D
  12. Easterner

    Easterner Just Landed

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    As long as it was biodegradable and you are 200 feet away from a water source.

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  13. Poweranger

    Poweranger Been here awhile

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    :lol3 Compared to the amount of times they crop dusted the fields across the road from my house this summer my floor drain is very environmentally friendly.
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    bimota fan Adventurer

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  15. STANIMAL

    STANIMAL SUPPORT THE SECOND

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    Lets see some more pics of the Tesi.
  16. Beast Rider

    Beast Rider Beast Rider

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    Quote: And just how big is your lot?

    Just over 5 acres.
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    You're not playin' fair! :lol3
  18. Aanarchy

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    I thought I had a nice piece of dirt with .6 acres.

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  19. Aanarchy

    Aanarchy Long timer

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    Tell me about the floor. Are those tiles or paint?

    I'm looking at putting down Race-Tech tiles, and wondering - do I still need to epoxy the floor under the tiles?

    I have a guy who says he can do a nice epoxy paint job but I'm wondering if a checkerboard is possible in paint. I'm thinking about a black and gray check with an orange border. The Race-Tech is a lot of extra coin.
  20. Aanarchy

    Aanarchy Long timer

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    That is both the drain and the vent. When the water line is laid that pipe will be moved up against the building. It will run to the roof-line to vent and the drain will T into the line from inside the building.