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    The structural construction of the lawn shed is complete. Rodent wall installation complete thanks to some free bricks from my step dad. Trim is done and sealed. Ramp done and trialed. Now just moving in, which will include some shelves, hooks, and such. Overall, so far, I am 100% satisfied with it. Lately there has been some high wind storms and no leaks, and no missing shingles. Whiskey, beer, and cigar ceremony on Friday night - might just have all three just sittin on the mower, lol.

    Only thing left is power. I bought the material, and now just waiting on some time to do it. Everyone I know, who can help, is planting right now (late, cause of the rain), so power installation might be a while. Nonetheless, when I do update I will post.
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    Inside the shed -- separate post due to size of files
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    JD 4044M w/ 400E Loader incl 72" Bucket
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    JD ZTRAK 540M w/ 54" deck

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    That’s definitely not a she shed
    Good job. Looks awesome!


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    That looks great! The doors are awesome!!

    Amazing how bright that white paint makes it inside. I need to do a serious cleaning on my 12x8 shed (yes, 12' wide x 8' deep - I still haven't figured out why the original owner built it that way unless it was to keep it under 100 sf for zoning) and might paint it while it's empty.
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    Great job on the shed! I would put something between that door and the house siding! Wind could blow it into the siding causing that to break!
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    Thanks everyone.

    KennyP - you and I had the same thoughts. I made some braces. I made them to be removable so they wouldn't clang against the side in the wind when the doors are closed.


    I have my electrical material purchased and starting the small stuff (hanging mounts, cutting holes, etc) before I get someone to actually help. From talking to people, there seems to be a favor for running conduit down to the ground and back up. It's only a few feet. Kicking it around in my head. I post some photos as I get progress.
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    JD 4044M w/ 400E Loader incl 72" Bucket
    JD 673 Rotary Tiller
    Frontier AP13 Pallet Fork
    Frontier RB5084 Rear Blade

    JD ZTRAK 540M w/ 54" deck

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