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Old 04-07-2008, 03:41 AM
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Double_v23 I stand corrected!!

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Is it thick enough to keep you finger from poking through if so it would save me from having to get up to get a new roll

Oh yeah it is plenty thick for that, the problem is finding a dispenser big enough, but it would work pretty good "in a pinch"......HAHAHA!!! get it?!?!?
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Double_v23 I stand corrected!!

Oh I wasn't trying to correct...just filling in the details on why I have a giant roll of TP in my shop.
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Old 04-07-2008, 07:36 AM
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Wow. That sure is heavy duty looking with the OSB on the walls and ceiling. Are you going to leave it unpainted?
Yeah it is definately HD, there is 16 inches of insulation on top of that OSB, it has in floor heat as well as forced air. And the recovery on the in floor is so bad that you have to insulate it really well. It will be white some day when I can get my hands on 25 gallons of paint and a big sprayer. Right now the lighting is terrible but I plan on putting two rows of flourescents the length of the shop, and along with the white paint it should really make it nice.
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no one else. I like viewing this thread...need moar
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Old 08-31-2009, 01:04 PM
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It's been buried for almost a year and a half. Glad to see this thread pop back up to the top.
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Old 08-31-2009, 03:47 PM
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Here is mine with two of the projects in it. Been working on heating it, some people might find the system I am putting in interesting because it doesnt burn anything and it isnt solar nor electric. Have a bit more insulation to do, but I do everything from engines to body work in here. Its 32x40, I took three pics and used photoshop to connect them.

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Latest Photo of my Gas Station Workshop

Here is the latest photo of my shop:



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I always drool over that...
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Old 08-31-2009, 07:18 PM
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Here is mine with two of the projects in it. Been working on heating it, some people might find the system I am putting in interesting because it doesnt burn anything and it isnt solar nor electric. Have a bit more insulation to do, but I do everything from engines to body work in here. Its 32x40, I took three pics and used photoshop to connect them.

love the pan. shot.
when i need to warm up, i usually move a little faster.

what would be your secret ?
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Old 09-01-2009, 04:34 AM
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love the pan. shot.
when i need to warm up, i usually move a little faster.

what would be your secret ?
I'll do a write up on it later after I have more of it installed. Its the project next on the list after my drag car is running again. Here is a hint though, 140F water will heat the shop, the source of the heat is the secret..

Its tough to move fast enough to keep warm when it is -10F. Not as cold as some places but cold enough I dont want to lay on concrete and touch metal. Also cant shoot any paint, primer, or apply filler. Heat is nicer.
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I'll do a write up on it later after I have more of it installed. Its the project next on the list after my drag car is running again. Here is a hint though, 140F water will heat the shop, the source of the heat is the secret..

Its tough to move fast enough to keep warm when it is -10F. Not as cold as some places but cold enough I dont want to lay on concrete and touch metal. Also cant shoot any paint, primer, or apply filler. Heat is nicer.
That only leaves geothermal. Why are you so secretive about that?
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Old 09-01-2009, 09:17 PM
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That only leaves geothermal. Why are you so secretive about that?
Not geothermal, similar and not really secretive about it. I just want to be able to prove the the system works before I spout off about it.
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Old 09-04-2009, 10:15 PM
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Here's some shots of mine.....Iv'e only been in the house 3 months
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Here's some shots of mine.....Iv'e only been in the house 3 months
thats a nice size space. what are your plans on the space.

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