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Old 04-11-2013, 10:22 AM
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I put a front hitch on my truck too. Piece of cake now.
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Old 04-11-2013, 10:26 AM
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First garage pic I've seen with a personal fire truck!
(something that would have come in handy a couple times over the years!)
Lol its fun to drive and play around in. The manifold for the water pump is cracked. Previous owner left it full of water in the winter. I started pulling it out but it has like 50 1' bolts that have been on their since the 70's.
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Old 04-13-2013, 12:21 PM
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Still planning the next house/garage

Anyone have the difference you save between a 197 with the platform up and a folding down platform. I believe my last garage was 24 deep and I have an inch in the front and 1/2 inch at the back. The future garage is limited to 22-23 feet due to lot limits. So if I can save a foot by investing in the fold down platform, I must.
If you have both measurements with a folding tongue to platform up and folded.
Of course I'm 2+ hours from the lake and discussing floor plans with builder at home.
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Old 04-14-2013, 08:13 AM
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My buddies airplane hanger is our ultimate garage. Toys toys toys, and includes a fully furnished recording studio as well. This was taken after our boats were in the water for the summer.
If you're going to have an airplane hanger; there better be an airplane it in.
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Old 04-14-2013, 01:06 PM
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I put a front hitch on my truck too. Piece of cake now.
http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/...1&d=1365686526
Gotta go look at my truck, but your picture looks like that might be a Frontier. If it is can you pm me with more details about your install please?
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Old 04-15-2013, 11:04 AM
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If you're going to have an airplane hanger; there better be an airplane it in.
182 Cessna just been gotten rid of, and currently shopping. I would actually prefer an airplane hanger filled with boats myself tho...
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Old 04-15-2013, 12:34 PM
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Anyone have the difference you save between a 197 with the platform up and a folding down platform. I believe my last garage was 24 deep and I have an inch in the front and 1/2 inch at the back. The future garage is limited to 22-23 feet due to lot limits. So if I can save a foot by investing in the fold down platform, I must.
If you have both measurements with a folding tongue to platform up and folded.
Of course I'm 2+ hours from the lake and discussing floor plans with builder at home.
Thanks
I like the siding you have picked out.....a mix of stone, shakes and I assume, stucco. Have you already picked out all the styles/colors yet on this? We are trying to finish our home and my wife is just stuck on deciding on the outside. She's tired of stucco and likes the look of the shakes and stone to mix it up more. Any further pictures you have would be great for her ideas!! I'd love to finish our house this summer but it keeps ticking by trying to decide on the outside! Any insight...really appreciate it!

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Old 04-15-2013, 07:02 PM
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Here are some pics of the BF200 in our garage at home. Typically I keep it at out shop, but in the process of installing new interior. A little tight, but works form me.
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:01 AM
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Well, the waterfront living dream has finally been fulfilled...at least 20 years in the making. I've bought and sold 3 "fixer-upper" houses over the years with the goal always being to one day live on the water. This one needs work, though mostly just TLC instead of the full blown remodels I'm used to. Here is the new garage for my boat. It needs some work, but it will be fun getting it ready to function properly for my boat. Dimensions are 35x15, and it's one of the deepest boathouses on the river, though certainly not one of the widest. Here are some pics:
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:19 AM
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Well, the waterfront living dream has finally been fulfilled...at least 20 years in the making. I've bought and sold 3 "fixer-upper" houses over the years with the goal always being to one day live on the water. This one needs work, though mostly just TLC instead of the full blown remodels I'm used to. Here is the new garage for my boat. It needs some work, but it will be fun getting it ready to function properly for my boat. Dimensions are 35x15, and it's one of the deepest boathouses on the river, though certainly not one of the widest. Here are some pics:
Very nice!!! Your living my dream!!
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