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Unread 01-19-2012, 12:26 PM   #1
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Shop Pictures Thread / Proud of your shop PICTURES

OK, We have see the Jeeps that have been built, let's see where you built them!

If you can include a picture of the Jeep you worked or are working on

Sexiest visitor?

What are you working on in them?

What is your next shop improvment?

Shop Mascots / pictures on the walls / guard animals?


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Unread 01-19-2012, 01:14 PM   #2
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Shop?? haha no such thing anymore. I do all my work in a carport and a storage closet. it gets better. My storage closet dimensions are about 6X12 and is about 150 feet from my carport inside the laundry room. I have my roll-away mounted to a wagon with air tires so i can get it over 2 door thresholds and past curbs.
shop-011912-1-.jpg   shop-011912-2-.jpg   shop-011912-3-.jpg   shop-011912-4-.jpg   miss-b-011912.jpg  

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Unread 01-19-2012, 01:22 PM   #3
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Only 24x30 but I always feel good when I'm in it.





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Unread 01-19-2012, 01:23 PM   #4
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Shop?? haha no such thing anymore. I do all my work in a carport and a storage closet. it gets better. My storage closet dimensions are about 6X12 and is about 150 feet from my carport inside the laundry room. I have my roll-away mounted to a wagon with air tires so i can get it over 2 door thresholds and past curbs. a photo or two in a little bit.
That's your shop and you do good work. Let's see it.
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Unread 01-19-2012, 01:29 PM   #5
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Heres the best shots I have of where I work on my jeep. Its a 30x50 area at my old mans house. Notice its mostly packed full of crap and to use any tools you have to first clear that area.



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Unread 01-19-2012, 01:43 PM   #6
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That's your shop and you do good work. Let's see it.
got .em up.... don't laugh too hard
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Unread 01-19-2012, 01:48 PM   #7
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Hey Titomars, when I see your pictures I think of "Damn its a tight spot" from O' brother where art thou!
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Shop?? haha no such thing anymore. I do all my work in a carport and a storage closet. it gets better. My storage closet dimensions are about 6X12 and is about 150 feet from my carport inside the laundry room. I have my roll-away mounted to a wagon with air tires so i can get it over 2 door thresholds and past curbs.
Looks like what I had when I was in Pearl Harbor, HI. Go get you some old carpet to lay down on the asphalt. makes it easier to do wheel bearings after playing in the mud and sand.
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Unread 01-19-2012, 01:57 PM   #9
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Hey Titomars, when I see your pictures I think of "Damn its a tight spot" from O' brother where art thou!
Haha very true it is tight. Believe it or not I rebuilt my 258 in there. Of course I had the roll-away out side the door while I worked.
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Unread 01-19-2012, 02:17 PM   #10
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Basement gets kinda full with two jeeps in it.
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In all its glory, here's the craphole 1-car garage I rebuilt my CJ5 in. Nothing bigger than a CJ5 will fit in it.

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In all its glory, here's the craphole 1-car garage I rebuilt my CJ5 in. Nothing bigger than a CJ5 will fit in it.
Did you do your paint in there too, PK? I'm thinking about how to budget my CJ8 rebuild and have been entertaining the idea of doing the paint phase in my garage - a two-car, but not much different than what you have there...
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Unread 01-19-2012, 03:21 PM   #13
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Did you do your paint in there too, PK?
Yep. See all that green overspray on the floor? It's on everything in the garage. Worked okay for painting but I didn't have enough room to move and kept tripping over the air hose.

And a pic of the green Jeep that was rebuilt in this tiny garage.
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I don't have any of my new shop since I moved, but here are some of my old shop.

My new shop is a little bigger and I have 2 more rooms (office and spare room) plus a full bath with a shower.

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Yep. See all that green overspray on the floor? It's on everything in the garage. Worked okay for painting but I didn't have enough room to move and kept tripping over the air hose.

And a pic of the green Jeep that was rebuilt in this tiny garage.
Love the green tires

As he learned the hard way as I, if you going paint in your garage, hang up and spred out some painter's plastic. Just use painters tape to seal them together
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