Let's see your garages

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Curious what people are doing with their garages. I'll start:

This was my Rona Lockdown project. I live in the city (Seattle) so most people don't have garages or they are tiny. I have an uber tiny concrete garage that was a complete dumpster fire. Original garage:

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Fast forward, and now I have a functional space that I enjoy hanging out in and wrenching in.

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and

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So let's see your garages.
 

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Curious what people are doing with their garages. I'll start:

This was my Rona Lockdown project. I live in the city (Seattle) so most people don't have garages or they are tiny. I have an uber tiny concrete garage that was a complete dumpster fire. Original garage:

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Fast forward, and now I have a functional space that I enjoy hanging out in and wrenching in.

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and

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So let's see your garages.
Looks good.

My home garage is still a mess after moving in just over a year ago. It is supposedly a five car garage... I conceded it will only really hold three or four, but right now it barely three. It was two but forced it to three when the hail storm came through a couple weeks ago. Another couple weeks and we should be to a clean three or cramped four.

Thank goodness for office garages and storage units to help support the addictions.
 

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Curious what people are doing with their garages. I'll start:

This was my Rona Lockdown project. I live in the city (Seattle) so most people don't have garages or they are tiny. I have an uber tiny concrete garage that was a complete dumpster fire. Original garage:

View attachment 4272

Fast forward, and now I have a functional space that I enjoy hanging out in and wrenching in.

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and

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So let's see your garages.
I do think you need another cordless drill. :ROFLMAO: :unsure:
 
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AZ Car Guy

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Ha. Have to have my impacts!

I keep the Snap On impact in the the locked toolbox. :cool:
In high school auto shop we had at least one of every single item from the mechanics Snap-On catalogue and 3-5 sets of the hand tools. Man were we spoiled. Those are great tools. Days of high school shops like that are long gone. I thought about going all Snap-On again but there are so many nice set-ups that are a fraction of the cost. I'd rather buy another car or truck than spend the money decking out the garage with Snap-On. And I've acquired everything I need over the years, no reason to replace anything... just buy anything special along the way. I recently added a full selection of ratcheting box ends. Those come in handy often.

Pretty sure I only have a couple of specialty sockets I had to buy from Snap-On for my CJ7 in high school. I remember it took a small (like 6 or 8mm) 12 point deep socket. Auto-shop had it but could find it with any retail manufacturer so I bought it for like $20 from the Snap-On truck. In high school, that was A LOT of money to me but was my only option. That socket roles around in the bottom of the tool bag I carry in my current jeep... pretty sure I don't need that socket for the current Jeep. Guess its time to purge that bag.

For hand tools, my current personal favorite is Kobalt but they don't have the selection of the true professional tool companies.
 

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No Garage :(

Was gonna build this last year but covid kind of drove up construction prices and broke the bank for me. Thinking of doing a steel clear span. Rent one side, mancave in the other. Lots of room for cars/trucks. Also got a little overwhelmed with the construction process. Hopefully revist in a year.

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I have a spot all cleared out for the TRX. 😁
 

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Single car is my garage, double is for my son’s and wife’s cars.

House is only 6 years old, but one opener went out last year. Pulled down both openers and nstalled Chamberlain WiFi app controlled openers on both doors and love them.

During my mandatory COVID week off last summer I did epoxy coatings on the floors.

Still need to install whole room compressed air lines in double car garage.

Organizing is continually ongoing with 2 boys.


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If you look closely you will see my TRX fits in the garage with extra room 🤣
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Curious what people are doing with their garages. I'll start:

This was my Rona Lockdown project. I live in the city (Seattle) so most people don't have garages or they are tiny. I have an uber tiny concrete garage that was a complete dumpster fire. Original garage:

View attachment 4272

Fast forward, and now I have a functional space that I enjoy hanging out in and wrenching in.

View attachment 4273

and

View attachment 4274

So let's see your garages.
Nice job transforming your garage.
 
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