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Old 01-20-07, 10:06 PM   #1
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Post pics of your shop!

What does your shop look like? I think we're all interested to see!
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Old 01-20-07, 10:46 PM   #2
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Back wall left to right, stereo and trash/recycling cans, work bench and cased tools, main box with bike box on top, hardware drawers, storage

Right side, hoist, back up box with drills and measuring stuff, grinder, stick welder, oxy/acetylene setup, customer bike and a couple of my bikes(Allez comp and TCR composite 0) and a unicycle.

Left side, pretty dark(The work sign screws up the flash) paint box, paint stock, drill press, router, water heater.

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Old 01-20-07, 10:58 PM   #3
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After having my bike stuff in my bedroom (with most bikes and wheels etc. in a separate storage room), I've now moved it all into a vacant bedroom in the attic, with A-frame ceiling and windows and all. It's a very nice workspace and has been a pretty functional shop for building up and working on bikes. Not full-fledged, nor should it be for a graduate student.
My tools are spread out on the bed along with cables and housing, and I've got other tools and boxes of parts (organized by type) in a cupboard.

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Mine is a 8'x40' Conex (shipping Container) unfortunately at the moment it is also being used for storage of the interior of one of my Airstreams that I am redoing. So work space is at a premium... I also have an overflow of beater bikes stored in the old chicken coop

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