I spend a lot of time wood working so one side of the garage is dedicated to that while the other side stores the Jeep, canoe, bikes, and anything else I can squeeze in ha...
I am just starting plans to make a custom router table....by the looks of your setup I am thinking much to small. That is the coolest saw "table" I have seen!
Oh and my garage...no pics but just bought a house on 14 acres with a 40 x 70 pole barn, 16 ft ceilings and the concrete floor is as smooth as glass. Can't wait for spring to get to work out there! My wife is excited because our two-car attached garage won't be jammed full of Jeep parts. First on the list is a hoist for the hard top.
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I bet it sucks coming home to those in your garage. very nice!
Thanks, the FJ is getting a bunch of work soon. It'll be running 37s with no lift. New clutch this week, new wheels are on the way, 37x12.50 IROKS, the body lift is getting removed, and everything from the A pillars back is getting removed and replaced with tube work. New seats are in the plan, as is a fuel cell, ARBs, and Longfields. The hard top will still be usable, though.
I intended to build the FJ for my wife to drive but she seems determined to take the TJ from me and put me in the FJ. It's going to take a bunch of from her to get me out of that TJ.
I currently live in an apartment so a 5'x10' storage unit is as close to a garage as I get these days but here are some pics of my previous shop which I hope to own again in the near future. The building was 36'x28', with 10' tall doors, two car bays, a wood/metal shop bay, a 6 foot deep 20'x4' pit, and of course cental heat via a rather large wood burning stove, and a mini fridge. The second story is slightly les square footage with 8-9' ceilings. Sorry for the crappy pics, they were taken years ago, before I ever had the JEEP....
Very cool. I think this one is from the movie roadhouse.
All great places to turn wrenches guys! I need to get out of my apartment and get a place with a garage soon!
What product did you use on your floor? It looks really good.
I used a 3 part diy epoxy flooring made by ucoatit.com. Total cost for the garage was just under 500. I purchased the high gloss black with gray and white flakes. It's pretty easy to do, aside from the prep work which can greatly vary depending on the current condition of your floor, ( about as hard as painting a wall ). It's held up great over the years. Every so often I'll take a mop to it with some clear polyeurathane top coat ( avail at walmart for under 20 ), and that leaves a super glossy/ wet look finish on the floor. If you need any more help or info feel free to pm me.