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Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by Drew1125, Jun 24, 2002.
Believe me Tyson,
I left a LOT out of the shot I posted too!
You guys must have noticed that I mentioned "the bench in the basement", but didn't post a picture. Let's see, "get organized", that's # 732 on my "to-do" list.
( yesterday it was # 698 )
Organized?? Clean workbenches ?????????? You guys are SICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!
COOL !! some more workspace pics keep 'em coming.
I recognize most of your model building tools Tyson, but where does that big hand saw come in to it.
Thats what my space looked like Before i got the chest. Problem is i have to share my model building with my furniture restoration area. Needless to say the two don't mix it was a real hassle trying to keep dust away.
I use that big hand saw to fine tune my locos. Once they see me grab ahold of that sucker they straighten right out and run fine for at least 6 months!
Y'all might recall that Robin and I had a contest to see who had the messiest one I cleaned mine up and now I can't find a @#$%^^& thing
Yeah, I remember that one! You kept trying to call Robin the winner, but we all know you won hands down!
That's about how my entire house is! If I know when the last time I saw whatever I'm looking for, I know about how deep in the pile of stuff it is! Some people call it messy, I just say that it's "differently organized."
For those fine-tuning jobs, I prefer my 2lb. rubber mallet (it's not articulated Pete)
This is a family show, I'm not going there!
I just usually "threatened" my locos with a trip to the trashcan and they seem to straighten up!!!
OK, I can see i'm going to have to beaf up my workbench to use the proper tools.
I did take a swing with a sledge hammer on the real caboose, trying to straighten out a bent uncoupling bar bracket ..... it did'nt work. My hands buzzed for an hour.