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Old 07-04-2017, 09:09 PM   #16
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keepin the thread alive..
would love to see more setups.. pic update after tidying it up a bit after some work..
upgrades to the garage and FI for the g taking a backseat this year..



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U guys have some nice garages
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quote i got from them was 2400 shipped for a four car with freeflow tiles... not sure how long ago your pricing was..
swisstrax was a bit higher and professional epoxy was nearing 5k..


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ive always wondered what it would be like to have a view of the cars from the inside... window overlookin your garage port looks interesting
Best thing for your garage is porcelain/ceramic tile

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keepin the thread alive..
would love to see more setups.. pic update after tidying it up a bit after some work..
upgrades to the garage and FI for the g taking a backseat this year..


I jealous, where I live that garage would be 1.5m, maybe 1.0 if lucky....lol
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3 car garage is the goal! nice garage Micafd3s. Any plans on upgrading the lighting or is it good like it is?

What is best for a garage floor you think? cement, linoleum, tile?
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Do you have the same license plate on two different vehicles?
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Best thing for your garage is porcelain/ceramic tile
id be too scared to crack em... ill be puttin in a four post and do a good amount of work in there... hate to think dropping a tool and having to replace em..
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I jealous, where I live that garage would be 1.5m, maybe 1.0 if lucky....lol
dam... you need to move
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3 car garage is the goal! nice garage Micafd3s. Any plans on upgrading the lighting or is it good like it is?

What is best for a garage floor you think? cement, linoleum, tile?
plans are to go recessed LEDs... she lights up pretty good now with the normal bulbs since there are six lighting sources..
if i can coin it... i would go epoxy on the concrete and put race deck parking areas...
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Do you have the same license plate on two different vehicles?
photoshopped the tags for anonymity..
funny story there.. registered them over a year apart after moving here and for some reason got sequential tags..

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[QUOTE=micafd3s;4145823]id be too scared to crack em... ill be puttin in a four post and do a good amount of work in there... hate to think dropping a tool and having to replace em..

Crack them? nah, impossible. I was dropping hammers, differentials, hydraulic press plates. Nothing happened. My, and my friends cars on jacks few times a month


Ceramics is much harder compared to concrete.
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any issues with slipping on the ceramics when wet... or did you get the textured type ones..
are there specific ceramics to use for the garage that are rated for it..
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any issues with slipping on the ceramics when wet... or did you get the textured type ones..
are there specific ceramics to use for the garage that are rated for it..
It is little more slippery compared to concrete. But less slippery then epoxy.
It is not textured but it have matte finish. It is Regular tile from Home Depot. Any tile P.E.I. Rating 4 and above should work....
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