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    TS Offroad,in the picture of your tubing racks,did you bend the arms out of tube and weld to some angle or channel uprights? I need to make some for my shop and I can't tell exactly what you have,but want to copy them. Thanks.

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    Here are some pictures of the shop I am working out of right now, I am in the process of moving into a new larger location. When I get set up in new shop I will post them as well. Dave
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    This is the building I'm fixin to move into. when I get it set up I will post pics. Dave
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    If necessity is the Mother of Invention, I must be the Father of Desperation!

    John Blewett III 10-22-73 to 8-16-07
    Another racing great gone but not to be forgotten.http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...modified&hl=en

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    I built my dream shop this past year. It's 100'x50' with a 100'x25' covered porch on the back side. Main shop is 22' high in the center with 16' eaves with a 3/12 pitch. Covered porch is 1/12 pitch with 14' eave height. Overhead doors on the front are 12x12. Rear overhead door is 14x12. The shop is divided into four rooms 25x50, 50x50, 25x38 and 12x25 with a second floor. There is a 2 ton overhead lift built into the frame in my welding room. Total turn key cost (slab, building and erecting) was under $13 a square foot.
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    Hi Gang,This is what my wife refers to as "THE TOYBOX".I too suffer from Junkitis but now that I am retired maybe I can find the time to reorganize.The first pic is my syncro 250,shopmaster 300 and toolbox.#2 is hacksaw,drillpress,frame drill,2050 plasma cutter and aircompressor. #3 is shelving and alot of junk I don't know what else to do with,the stove is one I grabbed out the junk to heat cast iron. The building is 30' by 40' withe a 12' by 14' door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepnford View Post
    TS Offroad,in the picture of your tubing racks,did you bend the arms out of tube and weld to some angle or channel uprights? I need to make some for my shop and I can't tell exactly what you have,but want to copy them. Thanks.
    I sure did! - 1.75" x .120 DOM round and 2" x 2" x.120 square tube. I like 'em because they hug the wall nicely and have no sharp corners or ends sticking out to bang against.
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    And here is my dream come true, 40 x 64 with 14ft. side wall. One 18x12 roll up. Second picture is of the main work bench area. I also like to try to clean up at night, but it don't always happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KB Fabrications View Post
    So I'm curious why you, and SSS, haven't shown any pics. Since SSS started the thread and all.
    I will take some, had to go on vacation first. You know, most important things first Maybe take some next couple of days. Got a new digital camera so will have to see how it does. Some of the guys on here really have some neat shops, cool equipment and trucks.
    Scott
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabar39 View Post
    This is the building I'm fixin to move into. when I get it set up I will post pics. Dave
    Looks like that will make you a nice building
    Scott
    HMW [Heavy Metal welding]

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    dabar39
    that looks like its going to be a realy nice shop.
    good looking trailors getting built there, how do you manage to compeat with the big builders ?? i looked into building one onece and the parts and steel alown were about 2X the price of the ones on the market
    i supose you just build a better trailor and sell to thouse willing to pay for quality???
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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