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It's amazing the amount of "stuff " that goes in a garage. My $ 37.00 band aid, with the help from a 23/32 whiteside dado bit.
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Yep you are halfway to your own "shop make over". It seems to start with shelving and then gets carried away from there...lol.
Nice and a much better use of the space!
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Good use of space Scott, nice work. Deb, isn't it amazing how much space they save by not having snowmobiles, a snow thrower, snow shovels and ice melter in the garage?

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There is something about organization that we are drawn too. Deb is right, once it starts it isn't over till it is a whole new shop. You are off to a good start.

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Well I dont have any rusty snow modification equipment, my better half has good weather enhancing equipment which always gets first dibs on garage space. I did live in Boston for a year while driving fuel tankers, so I do understand your pain. I was the only one on the eastern seaboard that used the BBQ while it snowed, all my tools were in the basement, very high off the ground because it always flooded.


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Yes Unfortunately come October i will be squeezing that snowblower back into the garage. As long as I insist cars belong in the driveway it will have to be cleared regularly.

Scott a few more shelves, a couple of cabinets and you'll have plenty of room for the car AND the tools A car cover or dust collection system may be on your shopping list ...lol.
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Yes Unfortunately come October i will be squeezing that snowblower back into the garage. As long as I insist cars belong in the driveway it will have to be cleared regularly.

Scott a few more shelves, a couple of cabinets and you'll have plenty of room for the car AND the tools A car cover or dust collection system may be on your shopping list ...lol.
Well I already have the little dust deputy which works awesome on a shop vac, a little redesign of space and a joiner might fit . Just have to say last time I was thru canada I was dazzeled by the giant pool table with little balls, but the Labbatts Blue made up for everything.

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Well I dont have any rusty snow modification equipment, my better half has good weather enhancing equipment which always gets first dibs on garage space. I did live in Boston for a year while driving fuel tankers, so I do understand your pain. I was the only one on the eastern seaboard that used the BBQ while it snowed, all my tools were in the basement, very high off the ground because it always flooded.

Nice car, what does it have in it? If it were 4X4 I would ask all the right questions. That is another thing I enjoy. 4 wheelin in Colorado Jeep style not one of those little things. Down in the San Juans by Silverton and such.

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