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Posted on Moving to a new shop! Maybe a third of the size though!!! Smart?

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grizzman

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#1 posted 01-08-2011 12:06 AM

i think its a smart move…i think we get to thinking that when were in a large area that we cant do it with less…and i think that is wrong..i think with the tools you have with the proper planning you can have a shop that will easily work for you…if your paying for the space your in now…that means that will be money saved…in fact if i were you , i would use the saved money to expand some and improve the new space…make sure you can stay warm and cool when needed…if you need insulation …then do it…if you make your living from this…you have to have a warm place…my shop is 20×30 and its more then enough to work in…and mine is for pleasure only…good luck with your move…i would do it…and now having to drive to work…gas money saved…would it effect your customer base…if not…its an easy decision …give us pictures…we love pictures

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