Extreme Garage Makeover (S04E08)

Chris Duke shows you how to do an extreme garage makeover using tools and Gladiator GarageWorks products available from the Sears Blue Tool Crew.

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Partz Mentions

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American Powertrain

Episode Notes

In this episode Chris Duke, who is featured in the current Sears Tools catalog, guts the Motorz TV garage studio and performs an extreme garage makeover using only products available from the Sears Blue Tool Crew. This includes all new wall and tool storage from Gladiator GarageWorks, as well as tools from Craftsman, DeWalt, Crescent, Channellock, Ingersol Rand, and many more.

Learn how easy it is to assemble and install Gladiator GarageWorks products, and all the different storage options they offer including their modular Gearbox garage cabinet solutions, tool chests, carts and their GearWall and GearTrack panels.

Shopping for tools at Sears with the help of the Blue Tool Crew is addicting, and you’ve got to have a place to store all those awesome new tools. There’s no better way to do it than with Gladiator GarageWorks!

Read this awesome Gladiator GarageWorks testimonial.

Episode Fun Facts

This episode was filmed over the course of 8 different days beginning in Sept 2010 and airing in February 2011, resulting in over 100 GB of HD video content using 3 different camera rigs, all edited down to 22 minutes for the half-hour TV show.

Music

This episode features music from COLDWEST. “Snakeskinner”, “Ignition”, and a custom song for the Motorz Intro.

145 Comments
  1. The old floor is RaceDeck. The new flooring that you see in more recent episodes is called NORSK. Both types are available through Sears, although RaceDeck isn’t (a similar product is available from other manufacturers, however)

  2. The old floor is RaceDeck. The new flooring that you see in more recent episodes is called NORSK. Both types are available through Sears, although RaceDeck isn’t (a similar product is available from other manufacturers, however)

  3. This is an infomercial for Sears, but instead of talking about the products you demonstrate furniture assembly. I haven’t seen any of your other videos, and I will try them, but this one is lame.

  4. This is an infomercial for Sears, but instead of talking about the products you demonstrate furniture assembly. I haven’t seen any of your other videos, and I will try them, but this one is lame.

  5. I wouldn’t mind living entirely in a garagified apartment. Gladiator for everything from spanners and car parts to my burgeoning video game collection! :D

  6. I wouldn’t mind living entirely in a garagified apartment. Gladiator for everything from spanners and car parts to my burgeoning video game collection! :D

  7. halo Chris,I don’t even have a car yet but look already a few months to your show, the show is really super!!!! Greetings from Rick, Netherlands.

  8. Yes ready I’ll be sure thanks you guys:), and about 2 years I have indeed my car (in Netherlands is regulated differently than in America: (driving licence only from 18 years old) greetings,

  9. Yes ready I’ll be sure thanks you guys:), and about 2 years I have indeed my car (in Netherlands is regulated differently than in America: (driving licence only from 18 years old) greetings,

  10. hey chris, quick question, where did you get the wall clock at 4:07? id love to have one in my garage

  11. Great garage, Chris! I just did a Gladiator garage makeover myself. Question – which hooks are you using to hang your cordless drivers there? I’d like pick some of those up, but it’s hard to tell which one it is. Is it the scoop hook?

  12. Great garage, Chris! I just did a Gladiator garage makeover myself. Question – which hooks are you using to hang your cordless drivers there? I’d like pick some of those up, but it’s hard to tell which one it is. Is it the scoop hook?

  13. hey chris i bought a land rover discovery and i wish to know if its possible to add a winch and arb bullbar still its a 1999

  14. The best part 20:11 – 20:14! I just LOVE Chris response on “I need more power!”Chris, i love your show! Keep up the good work. Best reguards/Markus. From Sweden..

  15. I’ll build my own shelf’s with Plywood and 2×4’s for 100 bucks. that are capable of holding 3 to 400 pounds per shelf. No need to sped 3000 on aluminum junk.

  16. Hey! I saw the coiler thing for your air compressor, is that attached to the compressor or to the wall? I have the same compressor and have been looking for an easy way to coil my hose!

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