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Old 01-11-2014, 04:19 PM   #101
Jesse Gray
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Re: The start of my garage gym...

Originally Posted by Drew Cloutier View Post
Do you mind if i ask you rationale behind the 3 garage doors instead of 2 or just 1?

Also was the choice of going with R4 instead of R6 because of $ or did you actually not want the plate storage?

Also are you planning on putting a lifting platform?

I have to ask since i'm putting my plans together for my own place, how do you find it room wise? how much more gear could you put or is it tight as is? etc.

would you eventually want to add another rack even if it was just an R3? that kind of thing.
I'm not sure the R6 was an option back when he built this in 2011
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