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post #71 of 79 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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Mike - " Considering a change to a Reznor propane as I have a pig behind the garage now." I wonder how many folks on here are going to think you have bacon on the hoof behind your garage! How about some pics of this cedar lined garage-mahal? I have a cousin who has his in-water boat house over in NH on Winnie that has every inch of the interior, vaulted celings and all, covered in Port Orford T&G cedar. Not quite the panache of 'Pitlock cedar but it looks fantasttic just the same.

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post #72 of 79 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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Well My garage is your typical Daigo Garage! Pull down screen, drywalled walls, stucko ceiling and 2 fans, like a living room in summer, but my 12 Roadie Custom doesn't like to sleep alone, more like she's a whore! She sleeps with an 01 softail custom that's tottaly custom, an 05 softail deluxe that's totally custom, an 06 dyna superglide basically stock, a 610 horespower and 598 torque 2003 ford cobra. I'm still waiting for the day I go thru the garage and see one of them pop out a new Sportster LMAO, tho I couldn't ever be pissed at that tho lol.
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post #73 of 79 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 10:20 AM
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My bike stays in the garage at night next to my 97 fatboy. Barely any room to move around in my garage with all my spare parts, Roll-a-Way tool boxes, gym equipment, refrigerator, washer/dryer and more crap then I need from Costco.

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Mine sleeps next to it's little sister and step brother all winter covered up. I go out to the garage 1-2 times a day to smoke a cigar. So when I am out there I say hi to all of them and let them know how much longer they have to stay covered up.


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My bike stays in the garage at night next to my 97 fatboy. Barely any room to move around in my garage with all my spare parts, Roll-a-Way tool boxes, gym equipment, refrigerator, washer/dryer and more crap then I need from Costco.
That is what a pickup and a dump run is for. If you don't have a truck you talk a buddy who has a REAL truck to come help empty your garage so you got some room.

I told the wife when we got married "the garage is my space, it isn't for exercise equipment, christmas decorations, and anything else that she thinks needs to not be in the house but not thrown away.
My garage is for working on Jeeps, motorcycles, & other engine driven stuff.
We have so far held to this pretty good because she wants her bike parked in there and me to work on it now and then.

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post #76 of 79 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 12:30 PM
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My bike is denim black, read as dirt magnet. my gravel driveway is 3/10 of a mile long. those two are a less than ideal combination. I rent a storage unit for our bikes. it is a little bit of a bother to get to the bikes but we have a system. we do plan to build a garage for the bikes but i don't know what i will do about the dust from the driveway.

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post #77 of 79 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 05:51 PM
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Hopefully the pic's show up, was having trouble uploading them, the black dyna street bob was my old harley I sold to buy my 12 RGC, had a built 95" motor, big cam, high compression, and open pipes with now baffles. She moved!
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2012 Road Glide Custom Vivid Black, SE254E Cam's, Drago's head pipes, CFR's, SE Race Tuner, SE Heavy Breather. This is just the begining. . . .
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Im late on this one but I didnt think it fair to show where it WOULD be sleeping till I picked it up Includes mini fridge, microwave, 42 inch LCD, high def cable, and blu ray.Next up a rolling tool case and bike lift so I can actually do some work instead of drinking beer and, listening to music, and wiping bikes down

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