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    implement shed

    has any one built an implement house and if so what are the designs and could post a pic

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    Just in the final stages of a small shed. I had limited room but managed to get a 23 X 16 "L" shape with a parking bay on the "L" side and the other area for implements. The wide side will have a chain block on trolley running full length to enable picking up and shifting or cradling implements. I have the block up but only on one rafter at this point. Cladding going up this weekend.

    You'll note that each rafter set is doubled up as I have many items, including a steel rack that will be suspended from the roof structure.

    Maybe give you a few idea's....!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrs1959 View Post
    Just in the final stages of a small shed. I had limited room but managed to get a 23 X 16 "L" shape with a parking bay on the "L" side and the other area for implements. The wide side will have a chain block on trolley running full length to enable picking up and shifting or cradling implements. I have the block up but only on one rafter at this point. Cladding going up this weekend.

    You'll note that each rafter set is doubled up as I have many items, including a steel rack that will be suspended from the roof structure.

    Maybe give you a few idea's....!
    i like that you wouldn't happen to have blueprints on that would you

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    was looking at a shelter logic "garage in a box". i just dont know if ill be happy with it.





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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeoc View Post
    was looking at a shelter logic "garage in a box". i just dont know if ill be happy with it.
    IMO you would be better off with one of those steel carports. Not sure how long a garage in a box will last. Around here 2-3 years.
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    I have one of the steel carports, extra height gave me a slightly heavier frame. Have since enclosed it & added a 4' x 16' shelf along one side. Oak 2 x 4 along the other side gives me a place to hang things like mower decks. 3/8" gravel floor w/pallets for some things.
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    Have any of you guys put up just a lean-to to keep the weather off of the implements? My problem is that I have a bunch of implements, and if I was to enclose a building and be able to drive up to each implement and hook it up, I'd either need a gantry crane to move stuff around, or a building 60' long and 30' wide and all it would be is one long wall of implements and a 20'x60' space for turning around and hooking up. I'm thinking of just building something with a rear wall, a wall on each end, and a roof that slants to the rear and about 9' tall at the front, sloping to about 7' at the rear. If I was really motivated (and wealthy) I'd put a bunch of garage doors on the front to keep all of the weather out instead of most.
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    I don't have space to fit all my implements out of the weather, but I try to keep the stuff with moving parts under a roof. I have a small lean to that I keep the bush hog under.
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    I'm thinking about storing the FEL and rotary cutter under the deck this winter. The only issue I see is the grading. I'd need to level it some in order to get the flat surface I'd need for the FEL. I'm not sure I'm confident enough to tackle leveling that with the FEL but I really think it would be ideal.

    If I do it I'm thinking of using some T11 siding and enclose that area. Anyone done this before?
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    I keep my finish mower in an open shed just big enough for it, store my loader forks on top.
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