Clay's 70 Garage

Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by clay's70, Dec 31, 2010.

  1. clay's70

    clay's70 Moderator Lifetime Gold Member

    Mounted a shop vac up out of the way with a 25' pool vac hose on it. The outlet below is switched to turn the vac on.
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    I can vac out a car and vac around the garage with out the vac being in the way
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  2. moms1978

    moms1978 Veteran Member

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    Nice place ya got.
     
  3. clay's70

    clay's70 Moderator Lifetime Gold Member

    Thanks!! It ain't much but it is home.
     
  4. green 1977

    green 1977 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Nice Garage Clay!!

    But your beer is getting warm :p
     
  5. 72350RS

    72350RS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Ha! Clever. Very nice garage, there. I'm going to remember the shop vac trick.
     
  6. Termin8r

    Termin8r Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

  7. clay's70

    clay's70 Moderator Lifetime Gold Member

    There is a 2 x4 brace under the vac. take out a couple of screws and the vac drops down. thanks
     
  8. clay's70

    clay's70 Moderator Lifetime Gold Member

    Poor man's wire wheel!!

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    I made it from a old dual squirrel cage fan motor. The long shaft makes it nice to move larger objects around the wheel!!
     
  9. franks70camaro

    franks70camaro Veteran Member

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    hey what ever works ive seen worse man
     
  10. clay's70

    clay's70 Moderator Lifetime Gold Member

    Picked up a Old Quincy 310 air compressor yesterday. 60 gal. it runs so quiet, it sounds like a sewing machine. The thing weighed a ton though. We had to take it all apart to load it in my van.
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    This is the plate that all of the parts mount on across the top.
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    It came out of a old service station turned convience store. $300 I could not go wrong. Now I have to clean it up and put it back together.
     

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