On the Move Again

A bit over two years ago, we moved to our current home. I really thought I would get more done with the Ghia, but sometimes life has other plans for you.

We moved here in November 2016 with our two kids.

A month later, we adopted two girls and maxed out our bedroom space.

But we didn’t stop there. On June 20, 2018, we welcomed Zachary to the world.

This home is not big enough for the seven of us. It was time to sell. We close on April 3, 2019.

So once again, the Ghia was pulled out and moved to a friend’s garage for a few months.

Why a few months? Our new home is not fully built yet.

There is a nice big garage cooking though (12 foot ceilings; yes!)

So… this brings me to my point. After taking with my better two-thirds, we are going to get this project going after we get settled in. We also decided we are going the full-time roadster route. What’s more fun than a 225HP go cart?

Like a good friend of mine said…

Portable Paint Booths by Mobile Solutions

What do you do when you need a full capable yet temporary paint booth at your location?  Rent that bouncy house that was at the last birthday party your kids attended!

Well, not exactly, but along the same idea.  Check out the portable paint booths by Mobile Solutions.

Mobile Solution’s Website

Model MES23X15HDLT comes standard with the below features.

  • 1 23X15HDLT Fully Enclosed Portable Paint Booth
  • 12 Fresh Air Inlets Paint Booth Pads (along with covers)
  • 3 Exhaust Portable Paint Spray Booth Filters
  • 1 Automobile Entrance
  • 2 Employee Entrances
  • 2 Spray Equipment Access Panels
  • 3 Rapid Air Release Slots
  • 4 Emergency Exits
  • 8 Tie Down Straps
  • 1 Storage Bag
  • 2 4000 CFM Air Movers
  • 1 Minor Repair Patch Kit
  • 1 Serial Number along with Production Date
  • 1 Year Limited Manufacture Warranty

The Exhaust filters used exceed the 98% capture efficiency. EPA 6H Rule

3-wire vs 4-wire Branch Feeder

3-wire feeders to detached structures that had no other parallel metallic pathways(eg. conduit, water and gas piping, communication cabling, etc.) were allowed up until the 2008 NEC code cycle.

From then on, 4-wire feeders have been required.

4-wire feeders to panels in attached structures have always been required.

3-wire feeder to detached(no longer allowed as of 2008):

4-wire feeder to detached:

4-wire feeder to attached structure: