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    nice nad amp

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    Here's mine. Not very organized but good ventilation and decent views-



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    LOL,cool
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    The "What's your shop look like?" thread

    All our skiing, cycling and camping gear was crammed into the spare room of our old apartment. I'm surprised I got a full work bench in there.
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    Then we recently bought a house. Finally cleaned up the basement a bit and got my area laid out a bit. It's not finished, but its an improved start.
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    Modest but it works. The lighting is far better than it looks in this picture.

    I live with fear and danger every day. And on the weekends she lets me go mountain biking.

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    Not as nice as some of yours, but it's a work in progress. I have my beer fridge and stereo so I'm good. I just wish my truck would fit! It's about 6 inches too long.

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    My home shop. The Cars inspiration.

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    The "What's your shop look like?" thread

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    Weekend shop

    Future new shop, like this weekend...woot!

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    My shop is currently configured for working on the house, but now that the house is almost done, I'll probably shift the focus to my bikes.

    The bike area is just the brown pegboard in the corner. just set it up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    Here's mine. Not very organized but good ventilation and decent views-



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    I like your style..

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
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    Nice! What kind of truing stand is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69tr6r View Post
    Nice! What kind of truing stand is that?

    It's an old Hozan. Heavy and classic but inconvenient to adjust- anyone have an old TS-2 they want to trade for it?

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    Best thread ever. Setting up my first garage shop currently, and there are so many good ideas here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. Weld View Post
    It's an old Hozan. Heavy and classic but inconvenient to adjust- anyone have an old TS-2 they want to trade for it?
    I ll trade you my Park tool wheel dishing gauge for that VAR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nov0798 View Post
    I ll trade you my Park tool wheel dishing gauge for that VAR!

    I actually do prefer the Park (faster to adjust) but that Campagnolo one next to the stand is fine and dandy for my home use. The offer still stands for a trade for a Park truing stand though.

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    Just moved into a new house and this is the start of the new bike shop.
    I will post more pics when it's done.

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    Just added a new TS2.2 to my area. Much nicer than the TS2's we use at work. Love looking at everyones work areas man. Keep them coming.


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    Just moved into a new house last month. My first place with a real, dry basement. It's still a work in progress. I need a pegboard, for sure. Probably more workbench space. I have another with an attached pegboard, but couldn't get it down the stairs into the basement. It's too tall. Had to leave it in the garage.

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    I don't have quite all my gear unpacked. I need a rack so I can hang my packs and sleeping bags and whatnot, and probably some more shelf space and bins, and a locking cabinet for my hunting stuff. Getting there, though.

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    It's not much, and the lighting is as bad as it looks. Now I just need a proper work stand instead of a rod in a bench vise.

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    Just testing my new power stand



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    The "What's your shop look like?" thread

    This is my solution to keep my bike tools in on spot.


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    Recently it's become the Suspension Fork shop. Got my hands on a Park Truing stand off CL, but still keeping the Hozan which comes apart and travels better, plus it's impossible to be off center.The "What's your shop look like?" thread-shop5_web.jpgThe "What's your shop look like?" thread-shop4_web.jpgThe "What's your shop look like?" thread-shop2_web.jpg
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    don't know why images are doubled

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    My garage & shop. I have a Park consumer stand that I place by the workbench. Wheel truing stand and vices mounted to the bench. Compressor & beer fridge close by.





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    No Beer fridge yet.






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