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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Implement Storage

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fergienewbee

12-18-2013 05:24:56
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I don't have a building to house my equipment, but I thought these might work for my planter on a tool bar, my spreaders and garden tiller, mower and other tools. They want $40 a piece; they are 4 x 8 x 8. I'm going to look at them next week. Might need a little "tweaking" doors on the wide side for the planter.

Larry

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farmerjohn

12-19-2013 18:03:25
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 Re: Implement Storage in reply to fergienewbee, 12-18-2013 05:24:56  
I often see on craigslist free truck caps, if you got one and put it on posts and close in the bottom with something it would make a cheap shelter.



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ztrmowers

12-18-2013 15:28:57
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 Re: Implement Storage in reply to fergienewbee, 12-18-2013 05:24:56  
look like the ship crates i get all season long from new mowers,that stuff is cheap and not very weather lasting no way I spend that kinda money on those. if you close come get them next year for taking



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fergienewbee

12-18-2013 08:19:35
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 Re: Implement Storage in reply to fergienewbee, 12-18-2013 05:24:56  
I like that idea. It would take two or three to get any headroom. Might be easier to erect a framework and bend the panel for a roof, then cover with a tarp. Panels are 16 feet long so if you built the walls 10 feet apart you could spring the panel to rise three feet. You could also add on as needed. Panels are less than $25.00 so two would give me twice the space for not a lot more money. Snow might slide right off.

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Larry

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NY 986

12-18-2013 12:03:15
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 Re: Implement Storage in reply to fergienewbee, 12-18-2013 08:19:35  
Poking around online I see car ports in the 250 to 300 dollar range. Some of the listings are for units that are fairly elaborate and they go for much more money. It might pay you to see what a retailer such as Home Depot or WalMart has to offer along with what might be on Craigslist. Especially if you were going to buy several of those boxes. Just a suggestion.



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old

12-18-2013 10:36:00
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 Re: Implement Storage in reply to fergienewbee, 12-18-2013 08:19:35  
I have used a good many of those things over the years for many things. I could get them for $10 but found they do not last long unless to take them apart and use the wood for building a true building then they last a long time. My well house uses a lot of that type of stuff and is still standing and I built it back in the early 90s



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JMS/.MN

12-18-2013 07:27:21
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 Re: Implement Storage in reply to fergienewbee, 12-18-2013 05:24:56  
Another carport-like structure is multiple cattle panels bent into an arch, wired together, then covered with a tarp.



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NY 986

12-18-2013 06:10:16
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 Re: Implement Storage in reply to fergienewbee, 12-18-2013 05:24:56  
It looks like laminated plywood which is not going to last in the weather. I think you would be better off with a car port (metal roof around 10 ft x 20 ft on 4 metal corner poles) then tarp the sensitive equipment underneath.



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