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post #1 of 59 (permalink) Old 09-10-2018, 03:46 PM Thread Starter
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My new Bike garage.

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Its 14 x 20. Had them upgrade to 6" ceiling joists. It's a 2 x 6 tongue and groove floor. Insulated windows and man door and a 7 x 8 garage door. That's getting installed this week. For reference. That bench is 8' long. I have it sideways so the lift will go pretty close to center. I'll start wiring it up inside this week. Will have a flat screen and a fridge. Few bar stools. And Harleys. Nothing else. Well. My Jeep doors. But that's it.

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You Insulating and Hanging Dry Wall your self?

What kind of Power you running out to it? Separate Circuit Breaker?

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Nice!

Definitely want to insulate that and maybe even install a mini-split heat pump? That would be super badass.

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Cool project, and a great space for the bikes! What are you going to do for flooring? Be sure to keep us updated!


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You Insulating and Hanging Dry Wall your self?

What kind of Power you running out to it? Separate Circuit Breaker?

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Nice!

Definitely want to insulate that and maybe even install a mini-split heat pump? That would be super badass.
Will definitely be insulated and sheet rocked.
I have a 200 amp service in my house with 2 - 100 amp feeds. So I'm putting in a 100 amp panel.with 20 breakers. Each wall will have it's own breaker. The compressor will have it's own circuit as will the fridge and TV, garage door opener and ceiling fan. Running 12-2 wire so it will be more than fine with any draw it may pull. I have natural gas at my house so I'm running a gas line into it and will eventually add a heater so its heated all winter for pennies. The 2 x 6 trusses were added not just for strength but I can put a higher R value insulation in it. Will start all the wiring this week. But we're working 60+ hours a week until further notice. Cant wait to get the garage door on and the ramp. Then I can put the bikes in it.
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Cool project, and a great space for the bikes! What are you going to do for flooring? Be sure to keep us updated!
Not sure on that. Its 2x6 tongue a groove. So it's a brick shithouse already.


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Congrats John!
Very nice indeed.
I'm hoping to get one of those in the very near future.
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Will definitely be insulated and sheet rocked.
I have a 200 amp service in my house with 2 - 100 amp feeds. So I'm putting in a 100 amp panel.with 20 breakers. Each wall will have it's own breaker. The compressor will have it's own circuit as will the fridge and TV, garage door opener and ceiling fan. Running 12-2 wire so it will be more than fine with any draw it may pull. I have natural gas at my house so I'm running a gas line into it and will eventually add a heater so its heated all winter for pennies. The 2 x 6 trusses were added not just for strength but I can put a higher R value insulation in it. .
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