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post #16 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 05:12 PM
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Those tires are just rollers to get it in and out of the garage. They're tiny little 225x70r15's that are about 27" tall.

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post #17 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 05:52 PM
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I built the pole barn in '02. I enclosed it in '08. 36' X 48'. It's too small and it's still not done. Last pic is my wife demonstrating who has the power!

Edit- Sorry about the giant pics. They're "locked" so I can't export them.
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post #18 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 06:04 PM
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We moved in not long ago and working on the shop has taken a back burner to a lot of other things. I've finally gotten around to getting the shop in order. Its 24x30 and was set up as a wood shop with no access doors for a vehicle. My Dad is retired and has been coming down to help out. I think he gets bored.

Cut and framed in the opening.


Doors done and installed. The opening ended up being 8' wide and 7'-6" tall.


Put a window in the South wall to let in more light. Started sheet rocking it.


Got the bench framed in. Its 24" wide and 16' long.


3/4" thick bench top installed. One half will have a shelf under it while the other half will be left open for storing larger items.


We got 2' of snow this week so any work has been put on hold. I need to empty the shop out and then put stuff back in where it goes.

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post #19 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 06:35 PM
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Best I can do right now! My 14x30 boat storage unit with power so I can weld! shhhh Brand new with clean concrete floors and 20 foot ceilings!

360 goin in!

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post #20 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 06:52 PM
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OMG, by the looks of the woodpile you'd think Scott lived in Michigan and not SUNNY FLORIDA

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post #21 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 07:10 PM
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I have a detached single car garage and requires most everything be on casters since I have a lot crammed in the space. Table saw, welding table, horizontal bandsaw, O/A rig, welders and too chest. I built 8' long shelves to hold Rubbermade totes when I lived in Houston and brought them with me. It typically looks like this




Occasionally like this




I cant' complain, I have enough concrete to park five cars and a rock driveway long enough to move our three cars off the concrete to work on the Jeep.





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post #22 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 07:25 PM
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Its to damned cold to open the garage door for a good picture. I think you'll get the idea.

Wood working are in a out building, more CJ stuff in a 14x20 garage behind that.

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post #23 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 07:29 PM
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At the end of the day, this helps me forget about the mess.

Bill haha.
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post #24 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 07:45 PM
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Here's mine....parts are in the 2-car garage, which is more like a 1 3/4-car garage and the frame, tub and axles are in the RV garage (15'x30'), which will get concreted and closed in hopefully this Spring....the hay's not in there anymore.
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post #25 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 08:11 PM
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Skerr. I have power poles to do my pole barn. Did you pour concrete first and set poles on top, or put the.poles in the ground and concrete around them?

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post #26 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 08:12 PM
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Here's mine....parts are in the 2-car garage, which is more like a 1 3/4-car garage and the frame, tub and axles are in the RV garage (15'x30'), which will get concreted and closed in hopefully this Spring....the hay's not in there anymore.
That is a shame, the hay will sell faster and bring nearly as much money as the jeep would!
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post #27 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 08:42 PM
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Although I am hesitant, it is cleaned regularly and gets right back out of wack quickly. Main shop is 26 X 48, last 12 feet is a clean room, 12 X 20 roofline off of that end and a 25 X 20 annex on the low side. I have room for 8 cars under roof only room for 5. I am fixin to build a storage shop/barn of 48 X 20 with provisions to add to a 48 X 120 and as Scott pointed out the last time I made that comment, it will be too small. some random angle pictures that show some of the vehicles in there and different sections of the shop. And yes I am kin to Fred Sanford, why do you ask? I think Scott may have better pictures of the build room with the matching 6 pack engines and the annex with the Camaro and Comet in it, maybe he'll put a few up.
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post #28 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 08:59 PM
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We have a standard 2 car garage. About 10 years ago, I built a long L-shaped workbench on one side and it has served me well. Over the years I've added shelves and other assorted things like Christmas lights, a flag, a stereo, steel stock storage racks, and my large .com sign.
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post #29 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 09:00 PM
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I went ahead and saved Scott's pictures off his thread, here is the annex and the one end of the build room. Fortunately it is all about 100 yards fromt he house so it doesn't clutter the homestead.
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post #30 of 349 Old 01-19-2012, 09:38 PM
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Ok, here is a picture of my shop I Just built for less the $900 for a 20x24. no it is not a permanent structure but it will be there for many years while I restore my 66 cj-5

This shows the beginning and the second day and final result on the third day. need to close off the ends and overhaul starts.


Check out the youtube of one of these in last years Huricane on the east coast
Bow Roof Shed.
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