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    New Car Port / Tractor Port Addition

    Hi guys been lurking around here enjoying seeing what everyone is building and decided I needed to add on to have w place for the 1025R to sit out of the weather.

    Original garage is 12x24, adding on 12x24 car port. Eventually I'll pour a pad and close it in, just trying to get this done before snow flies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jb822 View Post
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    You will have no problem getting it done with your helper.
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    I'd move your car before it gets damaged.
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    At least you have a big helper ,, he's doing a pretty good job so far. Tell him to keep up the good work !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I'd move your car before it gets damaged.
    He should keep it in my garage. I'll even drive it to keep it lubed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brians2032R View Post
    He should keep it in my garage. I'll even drive it to keep it lubed up.
    Car is good, there's a loft above it in that side and I'm used to packing stuff in around it.

    That being said I'm the only one moving stuff around it so if I ding it I can only be pissed at myself.

    Gotta go get some 2x6s, plywood and felt this weekend.

    Anyone have experience with the self adhesive rubber layers versus felt?

    What about zip board versus standard osb?


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    Jb822, I was referring to the car in the first picture.
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    Rubber layer better under shingles.. felt never was a great underlayment. Never used the new zip product.
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