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    Quite a transformation

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    Decided to make myself a bike workshop using one of the spare rooms in the basement.
    Looks good. Like the rubber floor.

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    Told my wife that the next house will have a space indoors for bike storage/workspace... Currently all the bike stuff is in the garage, but having a couple of car hobbies as well takes up 95% of that space...

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    Almost finished



    I finally got my Park Tool bench mounted repair stand, it was on backorder for a couple months. All the drawers are installed and are for the most part straight. Beer fridge stocked with supplies. All that is left to do is paint the bench Park Tool blue, buy some more of those foam tiles and get a mop and bucket for clean ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smac View Post


    I finally got my Park Tool bench mounted repair stand, it was on backorder for a couple months. All the drawers are installed and are for the most part straight. Beer fridge stocked with supplies. All that is left to do is paint the bench Park Tool blue, buy some more of those foam tiles and get a mop and bucket for clean ups.
    Nice!

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    Finally got the shop clean enough to snap a few pictures.

    I had to make maximum use of the limited space I had to work with next to the furnace. (warm in the winter and cool in the summer!) The Park Tool Mechanics stands are custom mounted, one on the wall and one on the ceiling/floor joists.

    Stainless steel bench top.






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    Ok, gotta say, this is one of my favorites so far. Nicely done!
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    Not nearly as nice as some of the shops people have here, great work all... - but here's my spare bedroom shop for the time being, still need to get that road bike back together...


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    Great use of space! Please post some pix of the ceiling/joist mounting!


    Quote Originally Posted by PUBCRAWL View Post
    Finally got the shop clean enough to snap a few pictures.

    I had to make maximum use of the limited space I had to work with next to the furnace. (warm in the winter and cool in the summer!) The Park Tool Mechanics stands are custom mounted, one on the wall and one on the ceiling/floor joists.

    Stainless steel bench top.



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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty View Post
    Great use of space! Please post some pix of the ceiling/joist mounting!
    Here you go.







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    Wow! Now that's a mancave!!!

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    Awesome...love that work stand. Do you know if it comes with a mounting plate to mount on a flat ceiling?

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    I'm jelly. I don't have a shop yet. I move in to my new place next week, has a full basement. The boss (wife) says I can have a corner. Pics to come. BTW, nice shops guys, great inspiration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ_92606 View Post
    Awesome...love that work stand. Do you know if it comes with a mounting plate to mount on a flat ceiling?
    The Mechanics rack is the standard Park Tool PRS-4W that is meant to wall mount. The vertical support post is NOT Park Tool but is a custom fabricated piece made from square tubing and steel plate (actually hollow structural steel - HSS). The sizing was made to fit the application. The Park Tool decal was custom made to give it that finished off look. I added on a small piece of round tubing of the correct diameter to allow me to mount the quick release Park Tool tool tray. The stand and tray work amazing well and allow access to both side of the bike you're working on.

    For a ceiling mount it would be simple, just mount the plate in a different location. I'll take some pics of my LBS mechanics racks that have the same PRS-4W's mounted from their ceiling the way and post them up here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PUBCRAWL View Post
    Here you go.

    Thanks... nice job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ_92606 View Post
    Awesome...love that work stand. Do you know if it comes with a mounting plate to mount on a flat ceiling?
    You can probably just use the standard floor base post upside down... (the post has a small welded plate that bolts to the heavy floor base plate.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty View Post
    You can probably just use the standard floor base post upside down... (the post has a small welded plate that bolts to the heavy floor base plate.)
    Might not be the correct length though.
    I'm pretty sure the Park Tool floor mounts are a fixed height without any adjustments.
    Ceiling heights vary and my guess is that's the reason Park doesn't sell anything like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty View Post
    Thanks... nice job!

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUBCRAWL View Post
    Might not be the correct length though.
    I'm pretty sure the Park Tool floor mounts are a fixed height without any adjustments.
    Ceiling heights vary and my guess is that's the reason Park doesn't sell anything like this.

    The clamp arm attaches to the post with a single bolt hole... should be easy enough to drill a hole if it's too long. If it's two short, ...well, that's more complex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUBCRAWL View Post
    The Mechanics rack is the standard Park Tool PRS-4W that is meant to wall mount. The vertical support post is NOT Park Tool but is a custom fabricated piece made from square tubing and steel plate (actually hollow structural steel - HSS). The sizing was made to fit the application. The Park Tool decal was custom made to give it that finished off look. I added on a small piece of round tubing of the correct diameter to allow me to mount the quick release Park Tool tool tray. The stand and tray work amazing well and allow access to both side of the bike you're working on.

    For a ceiling mount it would be simple, just mount the plate in a different location. I'll take some pics of my LBS mechanics racks that have the same PRS-4W's mounted from their ceiling the way and post them up here.
    Awesome.

    If I had welding skills I'd build something similar, but inverted so it could mount to my trailer hitch receiver.

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    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/59029993@N06/7876421914/" title="100_1369 by rl.robertson, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8293/7876421914_543ca31995_c.jpg" width="800" height="600" alt="100_1369"></a>
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    It's a work in progress- I built all of the cabinetry/workbench area. It's 2" angle iron frame topped with wood. As for bike tools, I keep the majority in a portable tool box. That way I have them on race day if I need them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IRONMAN1518 View Post
    Had two garages prior in two other houses. This one I planned to build based on needs/wants and previous garages. Took a lot of time planning, drawing, thinking and asking others. Had a contractor build the "shell", a friend and I wired it, my wife and I insulated all of it; (garage door is insulated too) and my friend and I paneled it. There are 13 outlets, three airlines, a drill press, two wheel grinder, air tools, bike tools, workbenches, a sink with a small hot water heater to wash up in, etc. We installed an evaprative cooler for the summer and my two little space heaters do keep the garage warm in winter. I had worked very hard to save the $$ for it because it was to be my LAST garage. I'm not moving ever again.
    I had carpet on the floor to keep it warm in summer and easy on the feet and when I need to crawl under a car. Both our cars fit inside with room to work on my bikes or fix any other item. We have a 20 X 40 shed where the "extras" are stored, including a Safety-Kleen parts washer i got at a garage sale years ago.
    Due to age and body conditions I race a bit less and welcome anyone willing to learn to work on their bikes so they learn how to do it. It's my small way to "give back " to the sport.
    My wife said she didn't care what i put up on the walls so I have all the "ME" walls aI want! Old motorcycle racing trophies, mountain-biking race posters, odds and ends, old pictures, etc etc, LOVE IT!!
    Love your garage.....I wish you lived in Southern Cali......Would love to have a bike mechanic mentor....

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    Maybe not clean like some of yours but hey.. I know where things are (most the time).. Worse thing in the world is being halfway through a repair and setting down that one essential tool (lockring tool in my case a week ago), and not being able to find the dang thing for 15 mins! Set it down in one of the many nooks/crannies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PUBCRAWL View Post
    Finally got the shop clean enough to snap a few pictures.

    I had to make maximum use of the limited space I had to work with next to the furnace. (warm in the winter and cool in the summer!) The Park Tool Mechanics stands are custom mounted, one on the wall and one on the ceiling/floor joists.

    Stainless steel bench top.






    Dude I love your work space. Very nicely done.
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    Here's my blank slate

    I just moved in. Previous owner was kind enough to add these tables and pegboards with task lighting in the garage. Can't wait to get my shop going!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cackalacky View Post
    I just moved in. Previous owner was kind enough to add these tables and pegboards with task lighting in the garage. Can't wait to get my shop going!
    Very nice! That area gives you a ton of options. Tough part will be deciding which way to go first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cackalacky View Post
    I just moved in. Previous owner was kind enough to add these tables and pegboards with task lighting in the garage. Can't wait to get my shop going!
    Did they throw in the Wilton vise too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aosty View Post
    Did they throw in the Wilton vise too?
    Ha! No I brought that with me. That thing is so heavy I really don't even need to bolt it down...

    The shop got a little use last night, I stripped all the parts off the Dos Niner in the picture above. The frame cracked, so I need to replace it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cackalacky View Post

    The shop got a little use last night, I stripped all the parts off the Dos Niner in the picture above. The frame cracked, so I need to replace it...
    Cackalacky, where did your salsa crack? Any plans for the busted frame?

    Nice shop space BTW..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plum View Post
    Cackalacky, where did your salsa crack? Any plans for the busted frame?

    Nice shop space BTW..

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    Thanks! I'm so happy to have it. My Salsa cracked at the weld between the rear stay and dropout, on the disc brake side. I don't want to clutter up this thread with those pics, but I posted about it here: Another Dos bites the dust... (Dos Niner frame crack)

    No plans except to hang it up on my wall. I may try to sell the Relish shock and the Chris King headset, but everything else is going on a new Kona Unit...

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    A few more pics...
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    Just added the pegboard this past weekend. Now, to build a respectable work bench. Wish me luck as I'm not a woodworker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZmyDust View Post
    Just added the pegboard this past weekend. Now, to build a respectable work bench. Wish me luck as I'm not a woodworker.
    You can find some really great plans online and modify them to suit the dimensions you're working with. Just remember, measure twice (or 5 times) and cut once!

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    I started out with this

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    But that, became this:

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    <img src="http://staff.fortlewis.edu/mages_m/images/stitch.jpg">

    So this

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    Turned into this

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    And then I spent my summer doing this

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    To build this

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    with this

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    And these

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    turned into this

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    Assembled making this...

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    <img src="http://staff.fortlewis.edu/mages_m/images/IMG_9763.jpg">

    Haven't fully organized all my stuff in there yet. I wish I had found this thread sooner, or I would have added in some of that awesome pegboard. Great ideas in this thread!

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    VERY nice Forkboy! What did you use for the rear wheel trays on the wall?

    I built a new house last year and have my first 3 car garage. Third bay will eventually be my "bike shop" area and I'm still debating how I want to hang bikes on the wall. I have my work bench built, and have a nice bike stand for use when working on bikes, but as far as storing bikes, the ceiling is 12' so too tall to hang ... hooks will have to mounted on wall as well as rear wheel trays so drywall not abused. I prefer hanging bikes vertically so I can squeeze more bikes in a given space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kfb66 View Post
    What did you use for the rear wheel trays on the wall?
    Thanks! It was definitely one of my more fun projects. The finishing (cabinets especially) was a little tedious, but everything else went really fast.

    Yep - I worried about the drywall too - 'specially after I painted the wall.

    I was just going to use the board mounted to the wall, but not all my bikes have the same wheelbase (road vs 29er). I was digging around in my pile 'o crap in the basement and found 4 broken Thule bike trays I had pulled out of somebody's garbage and chopped them into 2' sections. Just screwed in with self-tapping metal screws.

    I'm jealous of your garage - maybe next year or the year after I will build my auto / carpentry shop
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    Nice job fork boy. I just repped u!
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    Good stuff Forkboy!

    I have a VERY small area, but a decent enough selection of tools to perform all of my own work.


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    Some very sweet setups here. I don't even know how to really work on my bike but all these pics make me want to learn!
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    Here is mine, '96 vintage Park PCS-1 stand with a much later model extension kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayonays View Post
    You can find some really great plans online and modify them to suit the dimensions you're working with. Just remember, measure twice (or 5 times) and cut once!
    Thanks, good advice! I know this may not seem like much to the woodworking types, but I completed my first woodworking project! This is one heckuva sturdy bench. Did it all with a few hours, a jig saw (gasp!), and about $120. Plan to add a shallow drawer and more wood working tools to it for future projects!





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    Quote Originally Posted by ZmyDust View Post
    Thanks, good advice! I know this may not seem like much to the woodworking types, but I completed my first woodworking project! This is one heckuva sturdy bench. Did it all with a few hours, a jig saw (gasp!), and about $120. Plan to add a shallow drawer and more wood working tools to it for future projects!
    Nice looking bench and nice work with the jig saw! But don't you know that every woodworking project is an excuse to buy more tools? ie. circ saw and builders triangle...

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    I been off here a while,this is still one of my favorite threads,nice shops everyone! Giving m some brilliant idears for my own...which is in serious need of organization (and insulation,since winters coming on fast,LOL!)

    Pics from the day it was delivered a few months ago...




    It's a bit fuller now,this pic is from last month,LOL,have't shot any in a while,MOST of the junk on the right side is gone (sold,donated or trashed)
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    My shop

    I finally have a set-up I really like, though I'll have to move away in 2 years, and I doubt I'll be able to build a shop like this one. I got the big metal green cabinets from a surplus auction ($70 each), and they give the place a clean look. One workbench was here when I moved in, and the other I built from an old counter top.


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    You have myshop envy,sir
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    after 3 years of bobbing about in rentals i finally saved up enough to buy a modest house with a garage - luck would have it i found a house with 2 garages in my budget (note not a double ... just 2 garages - one a single the other a 1.5 length job)



    Looked like that when i moved in. - chaos , and the condemned central heating boiler in the corner.

    is how it looks now.

    Will be ordering up some steel before xmas to weld my self up a new bench and have been watching for a beefy record vice to stick in as that piece of crap on the bench that the last guy left behind isnt work squat.



    Every garage needs a sound system - picked these up on ebay collect only from a remote area of scotland i was passing through later that day - 30 quid each !

    Just need to take the old central heating system out of the back garage and take it to the scrap merchant - trade it in for an engine hoist.

    stick all my bikes in the back storage garage - which is more secure than this one Plus its well away from my grinders and cutting tools..

    then i can get on with my V8 heart transplant in my workshop :d

    got proper shop envy over some of these immaculate photos on here , very nice - im just happy not to have to worry about getting oil on the white walls that landlords insist using.

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    Here is a bad picture of mine.



    Off to the left is my 1979 jeep wagoneer with a bent frame thats awaiting a doner body and frame, the welder, table saw and 12 drawer tool chest are on the other side of the jeep. There are also the wakeboards mounted up on the wall,and random hunting targets and decoys stuffed off in the corner

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    wvucyclist, f the shop, repped just for having an awsome bike rack.
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    Here's my shop.
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    I made the bench years ago a professional semi-portable repair shop that I owned. The unit rolls on industrial casters or can be disassembled into 6 manageable pieces in minutes. Note the attached truing stand and spoke cutter/threader on the ends of the bench, speakers in the cabinet (lower corners) and subwoofer below the file boxes. Ipod plugs in next to the file boxes. It rocks AND rolls.
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    The upper cabinet closes/locks in seconds.

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    ~I love that peg board cabinet

    thats about the only think that could get me away from my roller cab towards a shadow board.

    I regularly take my tools to races and currently all i have to do is pick up the black top section of my rollcab and throw it in the van - i know then i have every tool i need to work on my bike.

    the bottom section of my roll cab has generic tools like spanners ,screw drivers , spring compressors , bearing pullers etc etc - no need to take with me.

    If i stuck my bike tools on a cool shadow board in my workshop like i had at the shops ive worked in id have to pull them all off the wall to load up the van and put them back on sunday night. Not great but no doubting its the easiest way to work with the tools !

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