So I'm finally getting around to thinking about installing a solid floor in my lean-to. I considered dumping stone but I'm not sure we'll stay on this property forever and I may opt to move the lean-to to a different area as I clear land. That said I'm torn between attaching the floor to the 2x(10/12 - can't remember which) that I used as the skis (one scabbed to either side of the 4x6 uprights).. or creating a floating floor where the deck boards are just attached to ground contact 4x4 posts. Either way it should be fairly easy to move around.. not sure if the sections of lean-to + associated floor would be too heavy for the 1025R to man handle or not though. Currently it is very easy to reposition the lean-to with the FEL and a log chain. My second question is: what thickness of deck board do you think I'd need. I was looking at 5/4" deck boards b/c I'd like to keep the cost down but I don't know how far I could span the supports given the load.
For the curious, my lean-to is comprised of two sections with woven roof panels (yes I tied the rafters and skis together also). Each section has a roof with an approximate footprint of 12'x12'. The floor space inside the skis is approximately 12'Lx10'W.