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post #1 of 51 Old 03-27-2011, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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Garage Layout/Organization

Hey how do you guys all organize your garage and tools. I'm looking for ideas, I have a basic 2 car garage and I seem to be running out of space for everything. Any recommendations will be apprecaited. Pictures are a plus!

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post #2 of 51 Old 03-27-2011, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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And its a mess
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post #3 of 51 Old 03-27-2011, 11:05 AM
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I bought 2 garage shelfs(3 levels) from lowes... freed up a ton of room in the garage. My supercrew f150 barely fits in the truck as it is so I just leave it outside. My wifes SUV and my bike are in the garage.

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bakers racks (wire meshed shelves) with casters work great. great ability to make the height between shelves whatever you need. plus the catsers make them easy to move around for cleaning or rearrainging. Sam's had some that i though held 600 lbs per shelf. i got some from home depot that hold 250 per shelf.

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I try to keep mine simple. I have some Stanley storage cabinets I bought from Home Depot. I keep most of my stuff in the basement and bring whatever I need up, depending on what I'm working on.

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I always say i want to buy this book, but never do.

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post #7 of 51 Old 03-27-2011, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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thanks for the input. I think im gonna drag everything out and go to town
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Pics when done, of course! Hopefully it will get me motivated. My garage is a mess!
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post #9 of 51 Old 03-27-2011, 07:38 PM
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My garage was a damn mess too. I took everything out one day. Threw away a bunch of crap and sold everything that I didn't ever really use. Ended up scoring and staining the floors, Building cabinets, installing better lighting, building shelves and hooks to hang and store all my riding gear. Then built brand new floor to ceiling cabinets, bought a coke machine, bar table and chairs, hung race pictures, put corrugated tin on the celing. So now instead of just a boring garage I now have a mancave/garage. A clean place to work on the bike and lots of room to do it. Just gotta take that first step and get busy. The first pic is a before pic. The rest are after. I put a bunch because I'm proud of it now, lol. Good luck.

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Check out the Gladiator GarageWorks on line. Lowes and Sams Club carries them or you can order on line. I have some of their racks that hang from the ceiling which are great for getting things off the floor. They also have a great wall track system with tons of different options.
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