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post #81 of 2132 Old 01-08-2008, 11:08 PM
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My shop to be....there's another 10' to the right.26'X22'.


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Well that is a start - cd - at least you have the floor right - lots of saw dust - lol - keep us posted as you progress. Would be interesting to see how it comes together in pictures..and you will be happy with the size. By the by is this a basement shop?

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Basement shop??? Well, yeah...the basement of a heavy metal record shop. We'll see who makes more noise!!!!

As for space...I'm only building guitars so I should have enough space.

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...oh, and it's moving day t'day and,surprise surprise....all my friends are busy!!!!

PANSIES!!!!!!!!! Guess I gotta move all my cast iron by myself....you guys don't wanna....oh....nevermind!!!

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Well your certainly going to enjoy the extrs room you now have.
Sorry I'm busy to
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Got most of my junk moved in last night and found out that my jointer knives DON'T need to be changed!!!OUCH!!!


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It's pretty small, pretty messy, and really cold this time of year, but it's mine!
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May be small but you have it arranged pretty well, and if it fits your needs - thats even better.

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Where's the beer fridge????

P.S. That Grizzly looks EXACTLY like my Busy Bee. Hmmm....


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From 93.5 ft2 to 572 ft2, you made out good Geoff. You have room to woodwork and you and Lisa can still dance in the extra room. I reckon you at least have more wood storage if nothing else .
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Well thanx but Lisa and I don't dance. Talk about 4 left feet.
As far as wood goes......how's yer curly stock????

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Well thanx but Lisa and I don't dance.

As far as wood goes......how's yer curly stock????
Figure of speech, must be colloquial...let me say it in another way, you now have enough room to swing a dead cat, eh ?

My curly stock is good, sucky shipping to Canukistan with your taxes, but there are ways. Like "free" wood, can they tax that ?
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I like cats so I won't be swingin' any....
"Gifts" are still taxed up the hoop as far as I know. We'll talk....

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O.K....tomorrow we're havin' a good old fashioned wall raisin' party.
For no other reason than to save wood should I stud on 24" centers or should I stick with 16"???

It's a non-load bearing wall and I don't plan on hanging anything heavy on it.

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As a general rule I always go 16"o/c unless its a shed.
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I GOT WALLS!!!!!!!!!!!!






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Just found this link...

http://www.grizzly.com/workshopplanner.cfm

I think it's gonna save my back!!!

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Just found this link...
That is pretty cool. Did you click on "misc" ? They even had a lazy dog and cat. I don't have any of the tools Grizzly sells, so I just filled a 24'x30' up with cats and dogs...man you can get a bunch in there .
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I'm sick as a dog t'day. That made me laugh!!!Thanx, I needed that!!!

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