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    Where do you store your 1023 and 1025r?

    My wife wants it out of our garage. I'm debating on one of them metal Park under gizmos or a tent like thing from northern tool!

    Any ideas? Or what do you all use.

    Pictures please if it's something I can show her.. Thanks

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    Sorry can't help ya...
    I Shed mine.
    Too big of an investment to let sit out in weather and rodent land
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    The garage is supposed to be GUY domain.

    I keep anything I want in the garage.

    But it sounds like you may need a bigger one............? Or one she can have for herself.

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    They are both in someone else's barn now.
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    I feel your pain. We've got a two car garage. Unofficially, one bay for me, one for my wife. In my side lives my $4000 kayak! (Ok, and our other kayaks, too.) For the first ten months of home and tractor ownership, the tractor lived in my wife's garage bay. She wasn't too happy about it, but it needs to be protected and accessible when there's snow to move. Through the fall I worked at putting a big garage door in our shed (which previously just had a little door) so that I could drive the tractor in and store it there. Now my wife has her garage bay and parks her car in there and is happy, and the tractor is protected and accessible. And my kayak is protected. My car can rust over, I don't care much about that!
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    I currently keep mine in the garage. I have a small shed that it will fit in but have my X304 stored there. Looking to build a larger shed. I'd recommend staying away from the canopy tents. Click image for larger version. 

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    I have a garage attached the house but it was not built to Texas standards. In other words not everything is Bigger in Texas. My 1025r sits on one side and my ham shack and everything else on the other. My wife's car could fit in there but nothing else so it stays outside too. Wouls love to have a barn where I wouldnt have to fold down ROPs all the time and disconnect implements, but not in the cards for a few years.

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    We have a 22x28 attached. But we have a in the making craft and Woodshop. I think I can park it in my basement lol..

    But the diesel smell starting it might not be pleasant lol

    I'm not fond of my 17k toy sitting outside... It actually won't... But she will get over it for awhile
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    I have kept my JD equipment for years in our Shelterlogic sheds. The 12x20x8 high. Get the Heavy duty version from their website not the store bought one. I also used big auger drill in hooks that I bought at Home Depot (in the rope and chain area) then used ratchet straps looped to the top crossbar down to these auger hooks in the ground. You can use the little steel cable straps they provide , but they ground rot and only hold the bottom down to a degree leaving the top to shake in the wind. I have an extension cord during the winter 12 gauge running from the house across the yard in a very generous loop to supply power and light in the shed for the winter months.

    Down side to the ones I have is the ROPS is folded down and still have to give just a little help when I sneak under the roll up door to clear the factory aux lights. No cab for me yet. A pole barn in that location is my next venture after the masterbath this Spring when the project cookie jar refills. Hopefully before Winter 2016/17
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    Our garage is 36 x 42, but even that isn't big enough. Both cars, tractor and all implements plus all my woodworking tools and trailer have it full. Looking to build a separate 16 x 24 garage next year for tractor and trailer storage. Just haven't decided quite where to put it on the property. Can never have enough space.


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