Lets see your garages

Discussion in 'Garage' started by vartz04, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Dakota

    Dakota Dat Static 4wd

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    That obs though :hng:

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  2. red94chev

    red94chev Active Member

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    Thanks guys, next up is a welder to get this turd bagged.
     
  3. Ginger

    Ginger Bubbles

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    as awesome as some of those spotless garages are, mines full of shit, but more projects get worked on then most places.
     
  4. Bassmaster

    Bassmaster Media Mod

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    Uncles garage is pretty dope
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  5. Reit38

    Reit38 Member

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    Currently a working on mine. Weather has really delayed progress. Was hoping to have everything closed up by now

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  6. Tylers88

    Tylers88 3 GM's and a Jeep

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    :jelly: of garage and proximity to neighbors
     
  7. Reit38

    Reit38 Member

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    Most recent update. Close to having thing enclosed. Just had 32ron if rock delivered. Still need to do some rake, ridge vent, and hopefully have a guy installing doors over xmas break. Neihboor to east is probably 300yds away and Neihboor to west is around 100yds but have a few trees separating us. Next year I'll be planting approx. 400ft of pines And bushes.

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  8. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    How much has that cost you so far
     
  9. Reit38

    Reit38 Member

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    As it sits I believe around 9k. For building and doors. I have alot of left over lumber that i debated about tsking back but i might keep it and use it for finishing the inside. I had another 1800$ in fill and and dirt work. $435 in rock and hauling.

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  10. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    Damn! That's cheap. Did you do the labor or is that including labor?
     
  11. Reit38

    Reit38 Member

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    Did all labor with some help. So far all we've hired would be the dirt work and $100to dig post holes. Might hire garage doors to be done, not sure yet

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  12. Wadsworth77

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    [​IMG] pads done and drive way barn in the spring 30x40


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  13. Smith

    Smith Media Team

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    Anything else done?



    Posting these as ideas for later so I don't lose them. Definitely like what's he's doing. Shop is 40x50 but has 40x60 under a roof.

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  14. Wadsworth77

    Wadsworth77 Active Member

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    Not much yet trying to decide if I'm going to build after all . My house is to small and would cost me more money to add on then to buy a bigger house . So at a stand still right now if I build the barn my value of the property would be less then what I would have invested


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  15. okbeast

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    Well this is sort of garage related...

    Anyone have suggestions or leads on good drill bit sets? I'm willing to pay several hundred dollars to get a good quality large set.

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  16. DeanH1290

    DeanH1290 Well-Known Member

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    What kind of bits are you looking for? Metal, wood, etc? Check out mscdirect.com that's who we order most of our stuff at work and they have a wide assortment of drill bits.

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  17. okbeast

    okbeast Active Member

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    I'm looking for bits that will do metal. I'll check them out thanks.

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  18. DeanH1290

    DeanH1290 Well-Known Member

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    No problem. Look for split point 135º or greater drills, they center and start much easier than a standard 118º bit. They carry full sets that have fractional, letter, and wire/number drills. For home use, just stick with a High speed steel bit. They work great and can be easily resharpened with a drill doctor. Let me know if you have any more questions, let me know.

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  19. TechieTruckGuy

    TechieTruckGuy 3.5 EcoHell

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    McMaster Carr


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