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- Jan 6, 2015
- Kubota L48 TLB, Ford 1920 FEL, 8N Ford, Gravely 12 HP "Professional", 48" SCAG Liberty
Wow,....That seems as though you got a great price!
Not sure what you mean by "far superior to conventional pole barns".If the OP isn't aware, there is a very good YouTube channel that has a ton of videos on building "pole barns". He uses Post & Beam construction, and has convinced me that it far superior to building conventional pole barn procedures.
Also, whenever you build something from a kit, you will run into unique situations on your own site. And you will likely have to adapt components of the kit to fit your situation. That's why I always use a local lumber yard for my supplies. And often times they are less expensive and have good service.
Anyway...here's the link to the YT videos if you care to check them out:
I have a now 37 year old Morton Buildings "conventional pole barn", and though the construction techniques have now improved even more, my pole barn remains in excellent condition.
Within 1/4 mile of a large salt water bay too.