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More progress on my wood shead. Pics

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Adirondack case guy

05-23-2013 18:56:01

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Well, I found some more steel for sides on the woodshed and saved the old aluminum windows from Dad's house when I did the updates with insulated siding and new windows last summer. I repurposed two of the old sliders into my Redneck Woodshed. So far just over $300 out of pocked for dimentional lumber. The rest is horded steel and trim from back when I was building Ag and comercial steel buildings. Glad I saved it. Still have to install eve and corner trims, of what ever color I have. It may take a good blast with the power washer to clean the steel, but!!. "waste not,-want not"

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05-23-2013 23:12:17

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 Re: More progress on my wood shead. Pics in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-23-2013 18:56:01  
Loren, your going to have to change the sheds name. It looks professionally built. I have a old pole barn, the tin is coming off nailed on 40 yrs ago it really leaning. I going to salvage what I can. My 930 needs cover thanks for the pics john

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05-23-2013 20:15:10

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 Re: More progress on my wood shead. Pics in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-23-2013 18:56:01  
Looks to me like you are putting those leftovers to good use. Job well done!

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jon f mn

05-23-2013 19:26:44

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 Re: More progress on my wood shead. Pics in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-23-2013 18:56:01  
Nice, wish I had it. Not for wood tho. lol

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Adirondack case guy

05-23-2013 19:47:39

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 Re: More progress on my wood shead. Pics in reply to jon f mn, 05-23-2013 19:26:44  
This is a "Reversed Engineered " building. Selected available building materials and frame it to fit the used steel that I had.

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