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    Quote Originally Posted by grzelkin View Post
    Thanks...but to be honest, Ronnie did all the really big stuff!
    Is it bad that at first glance I didn't realize I had built that? I started looking and was like "that looks an awful like Gina's place"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    I'm building my detached 36x45 garage this summer, with slab heat hooked up to an outdoor wood boiler....with a car lift I bartered with Dan in Colorado for....can't wait to work on projects in a t shirt while it's 20 degrees outside.
    This is my jealous face.

    Is it bad that I've looked at other lifts, despite having no place to put one right now?

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanS View Post
    This is my jealous face.

    Is it bad that I've looked at other lifts, despite having no place to put one right now?

    Dan
    You could put one on the back of your crane truck, it's where you kept mine.....
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    Some day, I would love to have a lift in the garage!
    Completed #1 - Sold #1.....#2 about to start
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    My buddy Ellery is trying to push one towards me. He gets all his expensive stuff from the lab at the college he works at....has a $50,000 (for real) 1" thick 4'x8' steel machine table in the garage at his house that the college was just going to throw away.....along with a hydraulic lift in his driveway....that they were also throwing away....
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    You need to introduce me to your friend....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    Is it bad that at first glance I didn't realize I had built that? I started looking and was like "that looks an awful like Gina's place"...
    Ronnie - You just didn't recognize the man in the photo. That's what threw you off. After I (on my own!) peeled every log in that thing this summer, hubby DID show up to chink the place. (I still think I drew the short straw....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    You could put one on the back of your crane truck, it's where you kept mine.....
    But then I couldn't store other stuff that would otherwise be in the way! What if a nice big lathe or mill show up at a "Dan Price?" These are important considerations.

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by grzelkin View Post
    24 x 24 here - getaway cabin. Easy to clean and keeps visitors to short stays.

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    That looks perfect!!!!

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