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    Show your workbench or garage "shop"

    Edit: no need for my post. See this thread.
    http://forums.mtbr.com/tooltime/what...ad-600073.html



    I am reconfiguring my small garage to better serve as a bike storage and work space. It is about 10x18 with full drywall, lots of power outlets, and a concrete slab. Decent space to work with.

    Seths video on YouTube inspired me to make better use of my space. Would love to see what others have done too.
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    Perhaps a good start would be to show yours.
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    When I'm done I'll post photos. Before it was storage shelves and a table. Really poor layout now that 90% of what I do is bike related.

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    Great. Keep us posted!
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    Isn't there a thread with workshop pictures already?

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    A bad day of cycling is better than a good day at work

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    18x35ft work in progress.


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    WOW! A great canvas lies before you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    Thanks. I'll add that URL to my original post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    WOW! A great canvas lies before you.
    Thanks.


    Pretty much finished.

    Compressed air lines run full circle around garage. Left work bench is wooden with rubber matting. Right one is steel and has a vice

    Out of picture is a drill press and grinding pedestal / stone.

    Shelves on right have all tools laid out on delving for quick access.

    Blue tool box on work bench has all bicycle specific tools.

    Left shelves hold all the greases tapes, screws bolts, etc.



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    ^^^ Envious~

    Way cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleared2land View Post
    ^^^ Envious~

    Way cool!
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