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Old 06-14-2017, 01:11 PM   #11
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Garage storage

I used shelving across the front of my garage and it is amazing how much stuff you can keep organized.
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Old 08-08-2018, 06:19 AM   #12
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I have a 3 car garage with a 2 car space about this size. Unless you drive a midget car or park outside it's just NOT enough room for 2 cars to comfortably park inside and have any sort of real work bench or storage space. If you have, or get, a truck -- fahgetta about it!

My previous house was a custom build with a 25' x 25' two car garage. I would have liked more but that was a compromise I made with budget. And for two cars, it was a pretty good choice. It offered a comfortable space to park 2 daily drivers and have ample storage and work space. At the time I even had a zero turn mower stuff in there.

It wouldn't cost you much more to expand your 2 car to these dimensions and you would be much, much happier. Still do the other things mentioned, but when building -- make sure you get good "bones" to start off.

One last thought -- if possible, leave yourself a good sized attic above that you can floor and use as storage. I have one above mine and it has been a life saver!

The most valuable real estate in your garage is the floor space, so you need to think up. Search here for soffit cabinets https://mechanicguides.com/best-garage-cabinets/ -- that space is mostly wasted otherwise and makes for great storage. Fold down workspaces are also handy.

The shed idea is a great one -- I moved my yard stuff out to a shed a few years ago, and it made a big difference in my garage.

The biggest thing is to have a clear plan for what you intend to do in the space. The smaller the area, the more clever you have to be to fit it all in.
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Old 08-08-2018, 07:03 AM   #13
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Uhh, the OP was asking about storage ideas in the "garage" area of his toy hauler.....not his house. Nice try though!
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Old 08-08-2018, 11:13 AM   #14
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Uhh, the OP was asking about storage ideas in the "garage" area of his toy hauler.....not his house. Nice try though!
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Old 09-04-2018, 01:35 PM   #15
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I used shelving across the front of my garage and it is amazing how much stuff you can keep organized.
What type of fastener did you use to attach to the wall? How did you locate the studs to fasten to?
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Old 09-18-2018, 09:37 PM   #16
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funny you ask, I just did this yesterday! I made some brackets to hang the zero gravity chairs that came with my Fuzion on the garage walls and hooks on one wall for one of the tables. I am also figuring out a way to hang 4 bicycles on the wall. its amazing how 2 full size bikes and 2 kiddy size bikes can take up 13.6' of garage space!!
WOW how big are your bikes
I have 12f garage and i fit my 4 seat rzr and 2 adult bikes and 3 kids bikes.
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Old 10-06-2018, 03:49 PM   #17
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We have a new Outback 324CG with the front garage. It's limited to 1,000 pounds up there, but I have no need for sleeping accommodations in the garage, so I was able to remove both folding bunks. I replaced them with a shelf for tools, gear, and parts. About a wash, weight-wise. I bought the rig primarily for hauling two race bikes and a pit bike to vintage motocross races. To that end it works spectacularly. Lots of room for the three bikes plus gear, tools, gas, etc. I put "Lock n Load" bike shoes in for the race bikes and a generic chock for the pit bike. In a pinch, I can get a fourth dirt bike in facing out. Installed a lot of e-track to give me multiple tie-down options.

Everything is held down with though-bolts and large washer plates, since the floor is just thin luan plywood sheets sandwiching foam. Wherever possible, I bolted through a crossmember or the trailer frame rail. The really tough part was getting the damned "Arctic Barrier" plastic down and out of the way so I could access the bottom of the garage. I am pretty happy with the results.
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Old 11-10-2018, 06:03 PM   #18
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Storage cabinets

We installed gray patio type cabinets in the back of our fuzion 351. Still have room for the golf cart. Click image for larger version

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Old 11-12-2018, 06:43 AM   #19
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Hey “kraftee” great idea to use the aluminum angle and bungee cords on pic 2. I’m curious about the VMX pic...where did you find the metal ramp piece that covers the gap at the entrance? I have a fuzion 416 with the patio and would like to fund something to cover it when the ramp is in the patio position and down to load cargo .
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