Re: Spring over with CJ springs?
The shop at the home farm here is only just barely wide enough to fit a tractor with duals in, and is just long enough that you can fit the Mack tractor in with the hood open and clear the door (in back) and be able to walk between the hood and tool chests (in front). So the big suspended LP furnace and ceiling fan do the trick-- Freezing cold to shirtsleeves weather in about 3 minutes. In the big shop at the farm out west (40x60), the furnace and ceiling fan take a bit o' planning. Gonna work on something in there this afternoon? Best go out and fire it up 1/2 hour or so early... Gonna be working down on the floor? Best light it up 2 hours early. Hey, if you get really trick, you'll have to run radiant heat in that concrete floor (aww, come on, you know you wanna re-pour that floor anyhow). My uncle's shop has it...the floor is nice and warm (great for creeper work), the shop stays toasty, water/etc. that spill on the floor melt fast, and it's really economical to heat. Knowing you, you'll probably just put a rosebud on the ol' Victor and heat the whole place with oxy/acy.
Best of luck with the farmstead purchase. Just remember, if you're gonna buy it, leave the Bimmer at home and drive the pickup. Otherwise they'll charge you retail [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img][img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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