Published at Saturday, November 24th 2018. by Janelle Warner in Storage Shed.
This is an Aero shed, I'm not sure the exact model I'll put on the screen if I could find it bought at Lowe's. It cost me $ 300 for this shed, which is crazy. I also bought the plywood and they see right there. Plywood cost me 100 bucks, so the whole thing 400 bucks. Currently, this is how I get power. The power goes from my dad's garage. It goes through an extension cord goes up there and goes in this insulated hole. We made. Let me just kind of do a quick walk around just the back. There's no plain shed. Let's take a look inside here I got my shop flag from Mighty Car Mods and let me show you right here: there's the bailout used to be coming down and it goes down to this power strip. I have right here and attach to it. I have with a Bluetooth radio, so I can listen to music while I'm working on my bike - and I have this light here for the lights - they see it up there, and I also have this light right here. So if I'm working on anything in the bench, I got a nice bright light where I can see to show you how well these lights work, I'm gonna go ahead and close the door. Now, if I turn this light off, it's completely dark in here. Besides the door, though, with the lights on just give it a minute to see everything the lights I bought off, Amazon there'll be in the description.
This light right here, Amazon I'll put that in the description. So, if you're interested in any of that, you find it. I am a mess, so I'm sorry about that. This is the workbench my dad made for me and we're gonna put a pegboard. I might still do that and I have a vise to go on this as well, but this is basically just the workbench. I've got a little bit of an anti-vibration pad and it's like because I could put stuff on it. I'll have to worry about it, damage on the wood over here I have a paper towel thing that just sits on a couple screws. Here's my old floor. My floor lift for the KLR I had. Actually, these are the camera our wheels. I still haven't sold those - and actually, I used this since I can't use this on the VFR. Obviously, I use this to sit on. This is a great little lift. It's very easy to use it's pretty strong. This bucket is all sorts of with the exception of this. Everything in this bucket is chain related, so we got chain cleaner chain wax we got towels, we got cardboard everything I need to do my chain jobs, so I just take that and I do the chains over here on the side, I got a breaker bar very Useful to have 1/2 inch Ricca bar, I got a compression gauge. I buy bikes a lot, so I always like to check compression first, because when you buy a bike you want to make sure it has compression. If it doesn't, then you got to realize that ok, maybe you have to do rings, I'm able to rebuild the bike and you got to weigh out the options if it's really worth it over here I got some sockets some Allen. Wrench sets. I got a funnel. I got some torque wrenches back here. I got a circuit tester, which I've never used. I got a Dremel kit in here service manuals over there.
A battery tender thing right here. Some gloves mechanics gloves some more sockets here, some scissors, some adapters, so you can put like a 3/4 to 1/2 inch things like that, which I use for break bleeding this is my electrical stuff. I have to do. Any electrical work got all sort of stuff up there. I really like this set. I got the sad believe Walmart, it's an open end, wrench set, and it also has what I really like about it. Are you got a ratchet for the wrench, which is just it's so useful? You wouldn't believe it. These are great to beetle nose pliers. This right here is like the best screwdriver of our owns. You can change it, so it ratchets like that. You go reverse forward and neutral, which is good, so it's like a regular screwdriver and you got different ends on the back here. The only screwdriver you really need here. I got it. A little switchblade got some Threadlocker over here. I won't organize it right there. So if I walk around here to this side of the shed on the bottom here, I have some old stuff in the CBR. This is the old CBR fender eliminator. It's a Marvel Mystery Oil, some antifreeze coolant, some more coolant got some hoses. My stock CBR exhaust is back there. Some heat shield, about CBR. I got something engine paint anything like paint liquid, anything that Gummo carb cleaner chain, cleaner engine degreaser. I got some rubber block or latex gloves here, which are very useful. You want those when you do an oil change and stuff got a headlamp right here, which is also very good to have got another flashlight right here. Here's an adapter kit for the compression tester over here got some extra plastics from my CBR. This right here is great. This is if I use it for me, but it also works for the bikes. This kind of gets the mess out of there. It's kind of nice cuz. I hate a big mess, and here's also my kid school stand for this one. For this bike right here I mean this sheds great.
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