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Re: Man Cave

Post by ned » 04 Apr 2015, 22:16

Fuckin ace . It took me ages to get this image to photobucket then sort the link thinghy.
anyway. That's my very cluttered man cave

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Re: Man Cave

Post by Dooffle » 05 Apr 2015, 22:15

My man cave, slight problem I need to make some room for a new resident.

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Quick shuffle around.

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The kit on the left will go back in the van to be replaced by the new resident. :D

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Re: Man Cave

Post by Jim27 » 05 Apr 2015, 23:46

I don't actually have a man cave :( My bike lives in my hallway and my tools live in the cupboard under the stairs (for the regularly used stuff) and all the rest live in the attic conversion.

I've wanted to build a workshop/garage for a few years but baulk at the idea of spending £8-10k on it. May build a little bike workshop space at the side of the house this or next year though.
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Re: Man Cave

Post by davacr123 » 06 Apr 2015, 14:23

Jim27 wrote:I've wanted to build a workshop/garage for a few years but baulk at the idea of spending £8-10k on it. May build a little bike workshop space at the side of the house this or next year though.
If you have room what about a shed ? Just a thought



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Re: Man Cave

Post by Jim27 » 06 Apr 2015, 16:13

A shed wouldn't be secure enough really. I'd be storing a lot of tools and kit in it so would really want something more substantial than a 2x2 wooden frame with wafer-thin shiplap tacked over it lol
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Re: Man Cave

Post by Bradders » 06 Apr 2015, 18:46

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Re: Man Cave

Post by Pacuk » 06 Apr 2015, 19:26

Jim27 wrote:A shed wouldn't be secure enough really. I'd be storing a lot of tools and kit in it so would really want something more substantial than a 2x2 wooden frame with wafer-thin shiplap tacked over it lol
Saw someone at nec last year who would build and inner cage in any shed or out building.. Would be great.. I bought one of the plastic sheds from Costco, still not as secure as id like but the door frame section has a metal frame inside


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Re: Man Cave

Post by Bradders » 06 Apr 2015, 19:42

I built that one of mine for about £900... I got the doors and windows cheap and then built around those sizes. I think it's about 9 1/2 square plenty big enough


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Re: Man Cave

Post by mozzersaints » 08 Apr 2015, 12:09

I dont have a man cave i have a carl, there great, when my bike starts runnin shit i carl it! the plus points are amaizing, dont have to pay to build a man cave, dont have to buy loads of expensive tools and.the rental fee's for a.carl are very reasonable and.he.seems to understand my lack of motorcycle technical speech
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Re: Man Cave

Post by lee » 08 Apr 2015, 13:37

mozzersaints wrote:I dont have a man cave i have a carl, there great, when my bike starts runnin shit i carl it! the plus points are amaizing, dont have to pay to build a man cave, dont have to buy loads of expensive tools and.the rental fee's for a.carl are very reasonable and.he.seems to understand my lack of motorcycle technical speech
Ingenious idea.


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