New Shed

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bod750
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New Shed

Postby bod750 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:05 pm

Finally got round to getting the GT in the New Shed, still compact and bijou but
have space to work now and being on the trolley I can spin it around.

Steve
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bod750
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Re: New Shed

Postby bod750 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:44 pm

Thought I would add a quick video, bit
crap, but give you a better idea of size.

Steve

https://youtu.be/bC4g7ZpAq-s

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barney01
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Re: New Shed

Postby barney01 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:00 pm

Wow Steve puts my garage to shame! :o

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KETTLE BOY
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Re: New Shed

Postby KETTLE BOY » Sun Feb 04, 2018 6:51 pm

Wow love the home made bike stand.. How tidy is that workshop.. How do you find anything.. :lol:
Keep the photos coming..
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Re: New Shed

Postby nairb123 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:35 pm

So tidy & organized. Better than some m/c shops. Thats how to do it....

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PaulD738
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Re: New Shed

Postby PaulD738 » Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:13 am

Now I do like the revolving grinder/polisher doo dah if that’s what it is?
If it isn’t I’m going to make one and patent it :lol:
My bench grinder is bolted to the bench but the polisher is bolted to a piece of 4x2 which I clamp on the vice or outside in the workmate for bigger jobs. Your idea is less space consuming though and space is at a premium in my shed :oops:
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bod750
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Re: New Shed

Postby bod750 » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:41 am

Hi thanks for the comments, I am sure after a few months it want be so tidy, being
on the small side ( 8' x '8 with corner cut off) i try and tidy up after each job.

Yes the Grinder/Polisher does revolve, again space saving, to get the
bike in I had to have a drop down section of worktop which I kept
at normal table height so I could sit down and work on the fiddely
assembly jobs etc. Also I have shelving going across the centre of the shed.

Steve


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