GOONZQUAD GARAGE UPDATE!

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  • Published on:  Sunday, October 21, 2018
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  • Hundo  (Oct 21, 2018))

    First time i heard Thomas talk 😂

  • Gordon Schmitz the 🐈

  • Gordon Schmitz  (Oct 21, 2018))

    Who’s thomas

  • David McGarry  (Oct 21, 2018))

    You need jack studs under those rim joists that are just welded to the walls without support. You don't want all that weight being supported by welds only.

  • rgbigdog  (Feb 13, 2019))

    He can weld in some gusset for added strength and support.

  • David McGarry  (Oct 23, 2018))

    Eric Moss I believe jack studs go under a header; with cripple studs going over a header up to the top plate, or under a window sill to the bottom plate as shown here:https://www.finehomebuilding.com/2001/03/15/anatomy-of-a-stud-framed-wallhttps://www.hometips.com/how-it-works/jack-studs.htmlThe goonzquad has a jack stud on the side with the door, holding up the door header and the cross beam, but not on the opposite side.

  • Rikster  (Oct 21, 2018))

    I think Concrete in driveway will serve you guys good for one keep shop cleaner and secondly the cars as well

  • Rikster  (Nov 4, 2018))

    Thecarguy V10 yess can’t forget that 👌🏼

  • Lil Taco 4  (Nov 4, 2018))

    Rikster and better burnouts

  • Dennis Balliram  (Oct 21, 2018))

    I will say a fire extinguisher for sure🔥

  • alex puente  (Oct 21, 2018))

    Put concrete drive way plz it bothers me all that dirt and rocks🙄

  • Tyrel Mittelstaedt  (Oct 25, 2018))

    The cost of doin concrete is ridiculously expensive. I doubt they’d ever do that

  • TheFastStang  (Oct 21, 2018))

    Me too... concrete driveway or sth would be way better for fresh washed cars. Cant see moving fresh washed cars on gras and dirt and rocks...

  • JohnStax  (Oct 21, 2018))

    I can see a Dodge Viper, Cadillac CTS V and a Lamborghini Huracan in the future.

  • MuizzVon P  (Mar 27, 2019))

    Here from the future, you’re 2 for 3!

  • Lenka van der Walt  (Mar 20, 2019))

    +Ching Dingaling fgtv

  • RoNiCs  (Oct 21, 2018))

    Maybe put large letters above the garage doors that say goonzquad

  • TheInque  (Oct 22, 2018))

    Yuppp, wanted to post the same thing

  • RoNiCs  (Oct 22, 2018))

    +AI F pretty sure you can see the cars infront and thats obvious already

  • Big League  (Oct 21, 2018))

    Good work guys, I dont know how much weight you are planning on putting on the loft space, but I would reccomend adding cripples under your ledger beam to help carry the load instead of letting the welds carry the weight. Digging the content.

  • David Hutchison  (Oct 21, 2018))

    That sub floor needs to be supported every 16" instead of 48", unless you are only going to put empty box's up there.

  • Rafal Oberc  (Oct 23, 2018))

    Ok so I don't have to tell them they now shut about framing..lol

  • Eric Moss  (Oct 23, 2018))

    Finally someone with some kind of construction knowledge 😂 normally you dont want to span over 24" oc and 16" oc is way more sturdy. These kids need help the only time larger centers are used is if you are doing post and beam framing with

  • tbirdracefan  (Oct 21, 2018))

    You really need all the floor space you can get. Get some more of that box steel and run one about 12" above the piece that runs from over the front door to the back wall. Connect the long pieces forming a strut to carry the full span load. That would get rid of the wood posts freeing up valuable floor space as well as a ledge of sorts to prevent something from sliding off the loft.Stairs are great and I have them in my shop but it takes up a lot of space. A good quality ladder will work fine fo...

  • Harry Pavia  (Jan 19, 2019))

    Good shout