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It's Workshop Reorganizing Day !

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Your title scared me for a minute,  :scared-eek:   I thought you were saying it was a National Workshop Reorganization Day! For me it would take a week or more.   :ychain:

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Compared to mine, your shop is Pristine !.. I would be embarrassed to show you mine.....:rolleyes:

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Awesome Eric!!!  I like seeing that second Horse where it belongs—with you.  Looks like you have your work cut out for you but good luck on your organization.  It will give you a nice space to work on your smaller scale projects even when the weather is crummy outside. I’ll be watching...:coffee:

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Your description of the task sounds worse than the video reveals. Good luck, hope you have a productive day. I am in the same boat as Dick, it would take me more than a week .

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Dan @Achto always says you want to walk out of his shop you have to walk in backwards! :lol:

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30 minutes ago, Jerry77 said:

Compared to mine, your shop is Pristine !.. I would be embarrassed to show you mine.....:rolleyes:

 

:text-yeahthat: My work shop is real bad.   :text-+1: 

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well here is part of mine

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:lol:

Don't I ever know how messy a workshop can get !!!

 

Don't forget my disclaimer from the other post. Memorize it when it's done today. It won't last this way for long!

 

 

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Man clutter.... You gotta love it. For that I tip my cup and swig a sip of coffee in your honor. :coffee:

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That amount of work wouldn't even clean one small area in my shop - and it's not a big shop by any means. Biggest issue I have is around 2 tons of metal being stacked/stored in various places - I'm down to a skinny man's path in the whole thing. I can still use enough of the equipment to do a quickie job, but that's about it for now until I can get after that stupid Clausing. The more I look at that thing and the work it will take to finish the restore on it - the less I want to finish the dumb thing. Motivation is gone, lol...but I do need that machine in service to replace a pathetic Crapsman...

 

Sarge

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1 hour ago, 19richie66 said:

coffee

LOVE that stuff... time for a cup...

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Crap I just spilt mine :(:chores-mop:

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1 minute ago, WHX14 said:

Crap I just spilt mine :(:chores-mop:

AAAAAHHHHHHHHH !!!!!!!!!!!

 

OK Jim.. calm down and we can get through this.

 

GO

GET

MORE

COFFEE

 

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Enjoying a pot here as well - from my favorite (duplicate, ugh) WH cup, of course...

There's a reason I own a Bunn VPR commercial brewer, lol. 3.8gal/hr brew rate, I can buy any part in it and just ordered a new inlet cover/screen as the old one got brittle. Easy to work on and rebuild these things despite our nasty, lime/rust/calcium/magnesium-laced water - we were buying new brewers every 2yrs and at $250 this one has paid for itself already.

 

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I got a one cup operation Keurig.  Coffer is always fresh nothing wooer than the stuff that has been sitting on the warming burner for an hour.  Also no carafes to break.  I just buy jugs of distilled water so have had no build up problems with it for a most 3 years now.

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wow look at all that floor space still available for some more clutter! i can get to the workbench, and to the euh hmm euuh. guess its just the workbench i can get to:think:

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Update. Workbench most done. Tunes people. Tunes are working.

 

 

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Looking Good Eric!!! You’ll be wrenching on those Horses in no time.

3 hours ago, Sarge said:

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Sarge

That’s good stuff right there Sarge!:bow-blue:

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I think you need some more bicycles. 😁 looks great!

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6 minutes ago, 19richie66 said:

I think you need some more bicycles. 😁 looks great!

I'm pretty sure I have 11. A lot of them in the 80s.

Thanks! 

 

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There you go. Very satisfying feeling when shop is nice and tidy.

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Eric, I'm not hearing the tunes very well for some reason, maybe you need to turn the volume up a bit?  Details on the speakers and such? :)

 

Oh yeah, shop's looking good! :thumbs:

 

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