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Old 12-14-2009, 06:29 PM
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I would post mine but my camara is messed up. Maybe I'll take some shots with my phone....
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its a bit messy but here it is. i just wish i had a little more counter and shelf space.











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Wow nice work area LOW CLASS. There is no way I would post pics of mine right now!! I am ashamed that I would let it get in such a clutter.Ive been doing alot of working in there and not much after work clean-up lately so everything is everywhere!!
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Wow nice work area LOW CLASS. There is no way I would post pics of mine right now!! I am ashamed that I would let it get in such a clutter.Ive been doing alot of working in there and not much after work clean-up lately so everything is everywhere!!
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well you know what they say- a messy work bench is the sign of either a true genious,or ADD- LOL!
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I have a full office and a 1/2 garage and swear I clean it every other day. Yet its always a mess. No way I am posting pics yet but definitely a nice area above.
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thanks for the comments guys but my area is long from finished. as you can tell my room is very messy. so dont let your mess stop you from posting up. i needed a large space for all our rc projects. currently we are in the restoration faze of getting our cars built and ready to race. myself and my wife are both racing currently and soon our son will be getting his feet wet with racing.

anyway post some pics up. you might be shocked at how that little home made parts or tool holder you have sitting on your bench can inspire the next person.
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I wrench in my garage. No dedicated work area. "create" a table and pull up a folding chair, work out of my toolbox, use 4x 500W halogens at night (helps me stay warm when cold).

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thanks for the comments guys but my area is long from finished. as you can tell my room is very messy. so dont let your mess stop you from posting up. i needed a large space for all our rc projects. currently we are in the restoration faze of getting our cars built and ready to race. myself and my wife are both racing currently and soon our son will be getting his feet wet with racing.

anyway post some pics up. you might be shocked at how that little home made parts or tool holder you have sitting on your bench can inspire the next person.
Low class, I think we have different deffinitions of the word messy- Your area is a pristine palace of cleanliness compared to mine right nowBut I will post a pic of my area where i spend most of my time with my cars! Here is my "test facility" in the backyard.70x36 with 9ft lanes.
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Thats what I need, a track in the back,lol.All the practice I can get.Very nice
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nice ill post some pictures later tonight
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I will post pics later of my workbench facility.
And like 2wdMod i also have my own test/fun track.
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Here is what mine looks like when its clean, which isnt too often!

Hard to see in the pics, but i have shelves to the left and right also.

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Its a bit cleaner now. All of my kids toys are gone now
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Yep, same thing--way too messy for pics--and prob will never be able to photo either--Imagine a exploding device (didnt want to say Bomb) going off in a watch/electronics store..
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