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Re: Gear Slut Thread/ Gear Closet Check in

Postby thunderinacircle » Mon Sep 15, 2008 3:13 pm

cushman wrote:
thunderinacircle wrote:cushman, what is that on your basement walls?

Gear! No, it's insulation.


Interesting. I've never seen insulation like that on the inside of a basement on a newer home, which I'm assuming it is based on the TGI floor joists. I'm only familiar with 1/2'' to 2'' foam on the outside of the walls. Did you do that yourself?

I'm jealous of your collection btw
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Re: Gear Slut Thread/ Gear Closet Check in

Postby CG_old » Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:18 pm

thunderinacircle wrote:
cushman wrote:
thunderinacircle wrote:cushman, what is that on your basement walls?

Gear! No, it's insulation.


Interesting. I've never seen insulation like that on the inside of a basement on a newer home, which I'm assuming it is based on the TGI floor joists. I'm only familiar with 1/2'' to 2'' foam on the outside of the walls. Did you do that yourself?

I'm jealous of your collection btw


My house was the same way until I finished the basement. It's just R-13 fiberglass insulation with a plastic sheeting on the living space side. Mine was attached to the walls with ram set nails. House was built in '93... it's the first time I'd seen it in a home, but my other homes were all 50+ years old.

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Re: Gear Slut Thread/ Gear Closet Check in

Postby lodidodi » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:20 am

i've decided to organize my gear better, anybody organize lately and have some cool pics?

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Re: Gear Slut Thread/ Gear Closet Check in

Postby skiwall » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:40 am

ezsuperkev wrote:My garage looks like a REI after a suicide bombing. It's not pretty.


LOL!!!!

At least I'm not the only one...
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Re: Gear Slut Thread/ Gear Closet Check in

Postby bergsteigen » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:41 am

skiwall wrote:
ezsuperkev wrote:My garage looks like a REI after a suicide bombing. It's not pretty.


LOL!!!!

At least I'm not the only one...


Ha ha, that would be my 2nd BDR in my condo... almost impassable now
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Re: Gear Slut Thread/ Gear Closet Check in

Postby Aggie_05 » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:54 am

no pictures, but we got organized last year and now have a room in the basement that looks similar to Heddy's garage picture on page 2. the plastic bin system is great: one for each sport. makes getting ready and putting everything in the car really fast, and as long as you don't forget the rubbermaid, you know you didn't leave anything behind...although our mountainbiking rubbermaid is starting to smell like @ss.

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