- New Workshop: Mancave Content!
There’s certainly some harsh critics on here!
There are four double electrical sockets, two on the left where the main workbench will be, one on the back wall for the 748’s battery optimiser and one on the right wall for general use.
The room is carpeted and the bike took 5 minutes to manoeuvre into place (back and forth many times)!
The roof has lightweight tiles which are sealed well against the house, very unlikely water will come in.
Lead was considered however there’s a good chance it may get pinched so I’ve gone for the damage limitation option. I can always put lead or flashing up at a later stage if there’s issues.
The pitch of the roof appears shallow but is well within its limits for good water flow.
I’ve tried to get the maximum height as possible for the outside wall to allow for room.
As a new dad I’m not really using the bike on the road at the moment and am put off by more and more fatal accidents happening. It’ll probably just be used on track days in the future but the belts will need doing first.Posted 4 years agodibboidMember
It looks fab. … But is that flu too close to a obstruction. I’m not a plumber but have limited knowledge in this field. Just thought I’d mention it add carbon monoxide is quite serious. Might be worth getting a boiler service and asking. Not trying to be a critic, it’s just where kids and lives are concerned. Hth. Maybe there’s a plumber/corgi/gas safe person on here to advise.Posted 4 years ago
Finally made use of the wall space at last!
….and a bit of storage too.
Now just a workbench and vice to go….Posted 4 years ago
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