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My New Man Cave Setup

Post by Jam Racing_1 on Mon 24 Oct 2011 - 16:31

After cleaning up the garage and getting another corner desk I am finally in my new digs. all my RC toys are out here along with my toolboxes and my work bench. got the computer and tv out here on friday, Thanks to mikey for all the runnin of new cables and such.....













Hope ya like the new digs, i am liking it alot.....
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Post by true2dz on Mon 24 Oct 2011 - 18:03

Looks badass mike! Especially the sweet sign's looks cool goodjob fooker


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Post by Guest on Tue 25 Oct 2011 - 0:47

holy shit batman!
thought i had issues with RC shit!

kick ass bruh'

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Post by wildchild on Fri 11 Nov 2011 - 9:27

right on pop the new cave is bad ass gotta love having all ur stuff in 1 place.now u just need a micro track that drops from the cealing and ull never have to leave. lmao

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Post by Jam Racing_1 on Sun 4 Mar 2012 - 20:30

Me and Jason been doing some work in the cave. put up a few new shelves and got rid of the floor shelves that were here before. now all my trucks and cars are on the shelves above my desk with my ToolBoxes along the back wall like i wanted to do,. looks alot cleaner and will open up the floor space quite a bit. here is a few :pix of what we have got done so far.... also the shop is well lighted with 2 4ft florescent lights on each side so no more dim dark cave to work in, was well worth the work it took so far , I am really pleased with the look and space it gives me, I will be putting all my signs up on the ceiling soon and my pictures up on the wall....

















Gonna put another shelf right below the last lower one all around too, that way there is plenty of shelf room so my boys aint too crowded in there,then we are gonna build a corner desk into the wall there and will be a sweet setup.....
A BIG THANKS TO JASON for all his help with this mess so far.....
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Post by true2dz on Sun 4 Mar 2012 - 22:41

goodjob looks sweet if u had a hobbyShop name along with an open sign will look like a badass Hobby shop with a sweet repair station as well.

The 90 degree shelf looks cool great work on the lites too fooker ss.


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Post by Jam Racing_1 on Wed 7 Mar 2012 - 18:26

Well we got the 3rd shelf in, now on to the desk, hope to start on it this friday or saturday depending on how jason is feeling. the small craftsman toolbox is gonna move so I can add another shelf above the desk and a small bench on the right side...I also have a new tv coming for the cave, is a 22" lcd/led backlit Magnavox flat screen , Momma has been nice about letting me finish the garage up, next after the desk is the attic ladder unit I picked up today, then alot of the junk sitting around in here is goin into the attic....

:pix of the 3rd shelf in place





Keep watchin I will update as we make progress on the desk and other shelves....
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Post by true2dz on Wed 7 Mar 2012 - 21:36

Sweet looks like the cave i always wanted.
cool deal on the lcd fooker Carol rulessss..

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Post by Guest on Thu 8 Mar 2012 - 20:33

a wall full of queens! ahahah!!
or plastic tamiya shit....

nice collection of toys fooker :P

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Post by Jam Racing_1 on Thu 8 Mar 2012 - 21:29

Shelf Queens ur skinny ass1 fooker , I got vid of most of em bein bashed, U aint got shit for vids fooker now zipit LMAO

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Post by Z400 on Thu 8 Mar 2012 - 21:35

That looks fucking great!

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Post by Jam Racing_1 on Sat 10 Mar 2012 - 1:29

Well Jason and i spent the better part of today putting up the desk, one more shelf to go and will be all done ...

First thing we did was lagscrew a couple of cleats on the walls to support the back of the desk....


next we put on the tops and screwed em to the cleats


Next was a box on each end for support on the outside, one on the right gets 2 shelves. the left side will house the CPU and maybe a small shelf above....



this is the right side support and shelves

looking down the long side, is 80 inches to the wall and the short side is 3 ft so the desk is pretty big....


now we got 1 more L shelf to go right above the tv and Monitor and is all done. Many Thanks go out to Jason for all his help. I am so happy with how it came out.......

Hope ya like what we did with the cave, Thanks for looking
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Post by Guest on Sat 10 Mar 2012 - 2:12

pretty crazy cave!
do you come up for air or do you just dwell in there and huff stale air 24/7? lol

other then that....very nice JaMsTeR :P

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Post by Jam Racing_1 on Sat 10 Mar 2012 - 19:47

Ok here it is , we got the shelves above the TV and Monitor all in. and even had enuff for a sweet shelf above the Matco ToolBoxes, now to unpack some more boxes and dust off the trophys and get em on a shelf too...











is 3 sheets of 5/8 cdx plywood on the walls and the desk. along with a bunch of shelf brackets , but in the end I am really happy with all the space it makes...... A Big THANK YOU to jason for all his help and hard work....
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Post by true2dz on Sat 10 Mar 2012 - 22:51

Looks good mike goodjob fooker sssssssssssssssssss


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Post by Jam Racing_1 on Mon 10 Dec 2012 - 19:40

Jason scored me some roofing insulation so I cut it and me and Carol spent some time today getting it up on the big door. went up pretty easy and now I have a great place for all my sign collection.....





Thanks for looking I am happy the way it turned out.....

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Post by true2dz on Tue 11 Dec 2012 - 16:42

Looks sweet mike I specially like them ol school oil signs u gots plus insulated too huh cool goodjob fooker

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Post by Jam Racing_1 on Mon 18 Mar 2013 - 19:18

Ya is alot warmer in here when is cold outside , should keep the heat off the door from comin into the cave when summer hits lol

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