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Old 11-01-2011, 06:46 PM   #1
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Let's see your garage/shop

The title says it all!

Mine is pretty sad, I just moved in.
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Old 11-01-2011, 09:06 PM   #2
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mine has TONS of room
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Old 11-02-2011, 10:01 AM   #3
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mine has TONS of room
Similar to mine. I have a two-car garage but can't fit a single car into it because I have too much crap in there. My driveway makes a great "open air" shop!
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Heres the picture of the lift bay, with our 53' and 53' haha, then a pic of the other 2 bay but ill get a better pic this weekend. This is MY DADS shop, I'm 18, but i grew up in it. one of the best places to be if you have a broken anything. haha you can't see the truck/motorcycle bay well.


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Similar to mine. I have a two-car garage but can't fit a single car into it because I have too much crap in there. My driveway makes a great "open air" shop!
dont even have one lol live in an apartment, good thing is though most of the people have 9-5 jobs so the parkin lot is empty during the day lol im in college plus a full time job and internships so my schedule is really screwed lol on my few days off though i have the whole parkin lot to myself! gonna suck this winter though
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Old 11-02-2011, 10:56 AM   #6
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Heres the picture of the lift bay, with our 53' and 53' haha, then a pic of the other 2 bay but ill get a better pic this weekend. This is MY DADS shop, I'm 18, but i grew up in it. one of the best places to be if you have a broken anything. haha you can't see the truck/motorcycle bay well.


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Old 11-03-2011, 01:18 PM   #7
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All these Jeepers and these are the only garages? C'moonnn
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:26 PM   #8
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:28 PM   #9
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Taking donations starting yesterday. anytime you need a babysitter, id be willing to come over and watch them free of charge!
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Just a little cramped..
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Old 12-04-2011, 08:46 PM   #11
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Old 01-12-2012, 05:27 PM   #12
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dont have a pic but all i have to say is that having a 6 foot deep pit to park your jeep over sure does make working on it much more fun. plus heated floors... ohh boy. i think my actual house could be considered my second home.
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Old 03-26-2012, 03:53 PM   #13
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Here is a picture of my two-car attached "garage" as well as the front of our home. This is where the JKU resides as well as the wife's Altima as our two daily drivers.


Here is the front of our "shop" in the back yard. It is not as fancy or as large as some people's on here but we keep our yard, home, vehicles and shop clean and maintained. I enjoy coming home from work to a nice well kept yard. The shop is only 34'x34' as we are on just under a 1/3 acre is all.


Here is a picture of the side of the shop and some of our back yard.


Here are some interior shots of the shop.












This picture is after I installed the 10k pound two-post lift about a year ago.


And from the outside working late one night.


The last picture was a little cluttered as I was trying to get done and had tools, tires and parts spread all around. You can tell it is a tight fit and space is at a premium. I try to pride myself on keeping it clean and organized as I cannot afford to let it get cluttered and not be able to find the tools and/or parts that I am looking for.

I routinely perform 5-S events to keep it as organized as possible. Time is just as valuable as space and I can't afford the time to be looking for things either. I need to be able to walk right to whatever tool or part I am looking for.

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Old 03-26-2012, 04:12 PM   #15
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So jealous of some of these garages
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I love this thread, I will clean mine up this weekend & get some shot for yall. It's a 20' x 25' I believe. Very messy from too many projects at once & haven't got any shelving in yet. Just bought the place a few months ago.


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Here is the front of our "shop" in the back yard. It is not as fancy or as large as some people's on here but we keep our yard, home, vehicles and shop clean and maintained. I enjoy coming home from work to a nice well kept yard. The shop is only 34'x34' as we are on just under a 1/3 acre is all.

This picture is after I installed the 10k pound two-post lift about a year ago.


And from the outside working late one night.


The last picture was a little cluttered as I was trying to get done and had tools, tires and parts spread all around. You can tell it is a tight fit and space is at a premium. I try to pride myself on keeping it clean and organized as I cannot afford to let it get cluttered and not be able to find the tools and/or parts that I am looking for.

I routinely perform 5-S events to keep it as organized as possible. Time is just as valuable as space and I can't afford the time to be looking for things either. I need to be able to walk right to whatever tool or part I am looking for.

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Very nice, you definitely keep a VERY nice place sir

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AWESOME, just flat awesome

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A shop like that is what a good friend & I are working towards. He is a certified Body, Paint, Collision guy with a degree from Wyotech, & I am a jack of all trades with a lot of mechanical ingenuity. We intend on putting together a 4x4 / Hot Rod customizing shop on the side in about 5 to 10 yrs.
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Old 03-27-2012, 08:52 PM   #17
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winter garage (drive thru RV bay)



Summer garage (toy barn)

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Here is mine. We've been in the house one year this month. I was hoping I could've added some custom touches during construction, but it's certainly giving me something to do now!



A couple pics during construction....





An "in-process" pic of some shelves I built on the right wall shortly after moving in. They are complete and are the main storage in the garage at the moment.





Here is an "in-process" pic of the workbench I'm building. The large lower opening on the left is for the shop-vac. It's cumbersome, so tucked away is the best place for it. The lower level of the right side will be made into a slide out drawer for files. The middle level will be a shelf.
The cutout in the middle was done so I can stand on the ledge and butt-up against the bench.
There will be a cabinet and/or shelves above the bench.

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Here is mine. We've been in the house one year this month. I was hoping I could've added some custom touches during construction, but it's certainly giving me something to do now!



A couple pics during construction....





An "in-process" pic of some shelves I built on the right wall shortly after moving in. They are complete and are the main storage in the garage at the moment.





Here is an "in-process" pic of the workbench I'm building. The large lower opening on the left is for the shop-vac. It's cumbersome, so tucked away is the best place for it. The lower level of the right side will be made into a slide out drawer for files. The middle level will be a shelf.
The cutout in the middle was done so I can stand on the ledge and butt-up against the bench.
There will be a cabinet and/or shelves above the bench.

Looks good. Make sure to keep the pictures updated as you progress. I would like to see it when done.

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inb4 tom posts pics of his...mind=blown. some great garages above though! wish I had one haha!
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This is mine. I love it.
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This is mine. I love it.
I have a four winns in that same color.
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I have a four winns in that same color.
Yea, thats a Four Winns as well. We just got rid of it.
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Looks good. Make sure to keep the pictures updated as you progress. I would like to see it when done.

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Will do. I ran to Harbor Freight and picked up a 12-outlet power strip for the top of the workbench. It's the same as this, but the outlets are black. It's quite overkill, but that's my style.





I first need to run power to that section of the wall.
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Will do. I ran to Harbor Freight and picked up a 12-outlet power strip for the top of the workbench. It's the same as this, but the outlets are black. It's quite overkill, but that's my style.





I first need to run power to that section of the wall.
That is exactly what I used on the back/top of my two workbenches, only white. I like having the outlets located at the back of my workbenches.

I have seen a lot of people mount their air outlets at the back of their workbenches as well, however, I have found it better for me to mount the air just underneathe the workbench. This way when using air tools while working on something on the bench the air hose is not dragging across everything on the bench. The line stays at your side up to the gun and you are not knocking things over and fighting the air hose.

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You can kind of see what I mean in this picture.
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I really like the idea of having air at my bench. What kind of hard air line did you run for that?
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I really like the idea of having air at my bench. What kind of hard air line did you run for that?
3/4" copper feeding from the compressor and water seperator to 1/2" under the benches and my dropdowns.

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