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One Car Garage Full Set Up


bchaffin15
bchaffin15
bchaffin15
bchaffin15

With my fiance using the two car garage to park her small SUV, it leaves me with my one car garage to park my car and also have all my tools and outdoor stuff. It has been a work in progress to design each thing to the exact size I need but its slowly coming together. Cant wait till Spring and Summer to roll everything outside and get to work in the sunshine.

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  • Very nice. Your work table with storage looks like a super versatile setup.

    By grover959, on February 27, 2018

  • I am too jelly for words!

    By Cin_Sachen, on February 28, 2018

  • this would be great new tools to use, wanting to build a deck wow

    By debbie11, on February 28, 2018

  • Awesome setup. Nice to have the option to roll the workbench outdoors! Smart!

    By RYOBI NATION, on March 2, 2018

  • I really love the idea to put the pegboard on the side of the workbench, very versatile and portable. Have you thought about putting a shelf under the table saw for more storage?

    By TARZANTHEJEDI, on March 2, 2018
    • Hey, thanks. I have thought about adding shelves below, but the Saw fits underneath with the slightest gap for room, and the stand actually slides in the back. So not much room for addtional shelves under there. Thanks for the thought though. I will apply that on the next workbench if I decide to upgrade.

      By bchaffin15, on March 2, 2018
    • Sorry I didn't see that you said table saw. I understand now. There is actually a cut out below the table saw so the dust can fall through into a bag that attaches underneath.

      By bchaffin15, on March 3, 2018
    • Yeah, I was thinking with a single piece of MDF, you would get a little more storage, but the dust cut out is a really good idea, I haven't seen that before.

      By TARZANTHEJEDI, on March 3, 2018

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One Car Garage Full Set Up

by bchaffin15
Feb 27, 2018
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With my fiance using the two car garage to park her small SUV, it leaves me with my one car garage to park my car and also have all my tools and outdoor stuff. It has been a work in progress to design each thing to the exact size I need but its slowly coming together. Cant wait till Spring and Summer to roll everything outside and get to work in the sunshine.