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    Default Re: Suggestions for storage shed

    Try Sam's Club. They have a 10'x20'x8' enclosure of 2" steel tubing and white plastic coating fabric on roof and 4 sides. The posts come with feet to prevent embedding into the ground; they also can be used to nail down the post.
    $200 -- probably the best deal around.
    jim

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    Elite Member Gatorboy's Avatar
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    Aug 2001
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    3,099
    Location
    Bel Air, MD
    Tractor
    Kubota M8950, Bobcat 873 SSL & Kubota ZD-331

    Default Re: Suggestions for storage shed

    Ed,

    How was your roof attached to the storage container?

    I have heard others talking about adding a roof to one, or to a couple of units set some distance apart, and I am having a hard time visualizing how these roofs would be attached to the units without something planted in the ground (like a picnic-type shelter)

    If anyone has any photos, please post them.

  3. #23

    Join Date
    May 2003
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    381
    Location
    Katy, Texas
    Tractor
    Kubota L3130 HST

    Default Re: Suggestions for storage shed

    ( Try Sam's Club. They have a 10'x20'x8' enclosure of 2" steel tubing and white plastic coating fabric on roof and 4 sides. The posts come with feet to prevent embedding into the ground; they also can be used to nail down the post.
    $200 -- probably the best deal around.
    jim )

    I've got one of these for my L3130. They are manufactured by King Canopy. We "loving" refer to it as the 'Bota Hut. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

    Works well, but snow isn't a problem in my area of Texas. However wind is. We had to stake it down from several angles to keep it up. While it keeps the weather off the tractor, it really doesn't keep it clean. The dust and dirt can blow in from where the walls connect with the roof. That mixed with the high humidity usually results in a dirty tractor. I think it was a good temporary fix until I can get around to building a proper barn. It has not had any problems with tearing from the wind or anything. Poles are good and strong and fabic is as well. On a scale of 1 to 10 I'd give it an 8.
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