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Thread: What I've been up to lately (Lotsa pic's).




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    Some of ya's have probably noticed that I havn't been around much of late and a few know that I've been moddin' my garden shed, here's a pic of it when I first bought this place.



    And this is a pic of it from the beginin' of the week.

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    And this is my 20' x 10' PC workshop finally lined.

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    And this is my homemade potbelly stove that's been keepin' the shed warm while construction is goin' on.

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    I'll keep ya's updated as work now begins on the brewin' room and toilet/shower room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I'll keep ya's updated as work now begins on the brewin' room and toilet/shower room.
    Just think, a simple plumbing mix up between rooms could make something come out that looks like beer, but tastes like... well.. you know.. :yuc:

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    Did you built that wooden frame yourself? very nice. But what is that orange/red cilinder in the back. it looks like a BIG compressor
    "Make FPS, not war"

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    I'm gettin' some help but wall frames are easy to build and those pink cylinders that ya see are bags of fibreglass insulation batts as all the rooms will be fully insulated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    And this is my homemade potbelly stove that's been keepin' the shed warm while construction is goin' on.
    Looks good, but what are the temps at idle and under load

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    Let's hope it's not water cooled... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    PersianI[/size]]
    Looks good, but what are the temps at idle and under load
    Warm at idle and very hot under load and gettin' hotter as the elavated area gets closed off from the rest of the shed. :D

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