Shed Planning

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BZOOK
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Re: Shed Planning

Post by BZOOK » Fri 01 Nov, 2019 10:19 am

All I have is half of a standard garage temporarily. My two cents are to go as big as you can for sure. Secondly I'm so sick of dropping bolts only to have them roll into a black hole or just out of reach. Is there such a thing as magnetic floor tile or paint!! I'd love that. Drop a bolt. Stays put. I'm a very messy and disorganised hack so plenty of storage for stuff that's easy to access and even easier to put stuff back into.
Brenton.

stevend34
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Re: Shed Planning

Post by stevend34 » Fri 01 Nov, 2019 7:37 pm

Thanks Brenton and others.

I'm happy with that plan i sent back a few posts ago, going to move ahead with that.

I'm now working out permits etc. I need to build a retaining wall over 1m so looks like this needs to be on the permit and my understanding is I'll need an engineers report along with it.

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Re: Shed Planning

Post by stevend34 » Wed 13 May, 2020 7:53 pm

Some Lock down project progress
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Re: Shed Planning

Post by stevend34 » Wed 13 May, 2020 7:54 pm

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Re: Shed Planning

Post by stevend34 » Wed 13 May, 2020 8:21 pm

When all done put this hoist in it: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre ... 3397039759 Any feedback on that before i move ahead with it :?

I'm also after a coonara style wood fire and a decent vice - let me konw what you've got

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Re: Shed Planning

Post by Greg » Thu 14 May, 2020 8:04 am

You've certainly been busy Steve.

http://www.dawntools.com.au/vices/Engin ... Vices-Cast

The write up says it all...

Buy this vice and in 20 years you will still have the best vice!

BZOOK
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Re: Shed Planning

Post by BZOOK » Thu 14 May, 2020 8:32 am

Greg wrote:
Thu 14 May, 2020 8:04 am
You've certainly been busy Steve.

http://www.dawntools.com.au/vices/Engin ... Vices-Cast

The write up says it all...

Buy this vice and in 20 years you will still have the best vice!
I scored an old one off a mate who had a switchboard business. It's fantastically well made.

stevend34
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Re: Shed Planning

Post by stevend34 » Mon 01 Jun, 2020 7:23 pm

Share my excitement!
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Out of the mud!
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construction - paid someone to do this, took them a week. They did a great job
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This one was late last week. The construction is now finished
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I'm moving my junk into it now. Still wiring it up too.

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Re: Shed Planning

Post by BZOOK » Mon 01 Jun, 2020 7:36 pm

Soooo much room!!!!

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Re: Shed Planning

Post by christover1 » Mon 01 Jun, 2020 8:05 pm

I would not need the house, could live in the shed :mrgreen:
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