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Old 03-14-2011, 05:11 PM   #11
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Question on the plywood Dan, are you going to put something on top of the plywood(for wetness protection) or are you going with the expensive treated plywood?
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Just plywood. I may pick up some sheet metal to cover part of the work area.

Finished it up today.
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Added a shelf.
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Goes all the way around.
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Starting to clean up.
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Now that'* a lot of working area.
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Old 03-15-2011, 07:12 PM   #13
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Outstanding! Gotta love garage makeovers. Now, you did include in your plans for a kegerator?

BTW, the swimsuit calendar is out of place, should be located near the microwave. So when your standing waiting for your brew to reheat, you have something to gaze at.
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I do have a fridge, it'* just hard to see. Next to the red box.
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I do have a fridge, it'* just hard to see. Next to the red box.
Is this some sort of "Where'* Waldo" sick joke your playing on me?
I don't see no fridge.
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Nevermind, I found it. Time to upgrade Dan, that thing looks old. That'* why I couldn't find it, I was looking for a WHITE fridge, not some ol' 60'* fridge.
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Hey, it keeps my beer cold.
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Wow, came out fantastic. Makes me want to go out and work in the garage. It'* not quite warm enough though.
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Tunes?

I'm with Bill. Thats Wisconsin, you need some overhead radiant heat goin on. Woodstove minimum...
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I have a big torpedo heater that pumps out a ton of heat. Now that I can close the door and have room to work it will work better.
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