Let's see your Man Castle

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

  1. LTRyder

    LTRyder Been here awhile

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  2. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer

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    Who needs a house with that shop!
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  3. HapHazard

    HapHazard Waiting for Gudenov

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    Usually, the wife.:D
  4. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer

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    Quite so brother!
    That's how it works for us. :ricky :toney
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  5. Migi Mouse

    Migi Mouse Adventurer

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    can we play musical chairs at your birthday party ?

    Really I’m in awe
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  6. jpr

    jpr Been here awhile

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    so what exactly do you do? I ask so I can move out from FL to the GA or TN mountains as well!!! LOL

    Awesome place you got there. Wife would divorce me though... when I said I wanted a small desk in the garage she said that would mean even MORE hours in it so NOT approve LOL.

    my computer time is now in bed next to her.
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  7. 105suz

    105suz Been here awhile

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    Filling all the cracks in the floor getting ready for epoxy
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  8. DCrider

    DCrider Live from THE Hill

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    Bring out the gimp
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  9. 105suz

    105suz Been here awhile

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    Epoxy down and the chips are spread
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  10. 105suz

    105suz Been here awhile

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    Had a MacGyver moment when I realized I did not buy the spike shoes needed to walk on the epoxy to spread the chips, I tried throwing them but they are to light to get the corners
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  11. drz400smoto

    drz400smoto Katoom Rider

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    What type of epoxy did you end up using?
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  12. 105suz

    105suz Been here awhile

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    :bash
    I used a different product than I did the first shop, It's from garagecoatings.com I called and told them what I was doing and the woman was very nice even gave me a little known fact that orders over 600 dollars had free shipping I was already at 580 something so I bought a bottle of crack sealer and it put me over,
    Great product, good coverage but watch out for the clear coat I had fluids running from almost every orifice while spreading it
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  13. BluegrassPicker

    BluegrassPicker Been here awhile

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    PURE GENIUS!

    I need to make a pair of these to go out and get the mail! LOL
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  14. 105suz

    105suz Been here awhile

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    Well I don't know about that, more like pure cheap ass LOL
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  15. LApilot

    LApilot Been here awhile

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    Awesome man caves posted here. Thought I would post a few pictures of my simple project. No bike lifts yet but I do have a tire changing machine. Just getting started. Once the cabinets and counters get finished I will work on the rest. HRVYvgW.jpg HRVYvgW.jpg QiAi8o5.jpg E9f76wk.jpg
  16. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid!

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    Nice cabinets! :thumb
  17. StaryS3

    StaryS3 Adventurer

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    In the corner its a sock dryer? This tube below wall cabinet...
  18. Project84

    Project84 I can haz adventure?

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    Guessing that's being used as a filter.
  19. LApilot

    LApilot Been here awhile

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    The sock is a filter for the vacuum exhaust. I got the sink installed. It is sitting upside down in the picture. Working on coms now for our spring trip. trying to pair different brands of radios and headsets to work seamlessly is a chore. Three grown men sitting around a kitchen table with helmets on; shouting and laughing at each other. Fun times. Maybe I should epoxy the floor?
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  20. 105suz

    105suz Been here awhile

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    Clear coat done waiting for it to dry. Headed for the storage locker to start bringing bikes home.
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