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    Outside Equipment Storage!

    After buying a slightly used Frontier RC2060 cutter Tuesday: Outside Equipment Storage!-pictures-2016-033.jpg I need more storage space, so I spent today on the start of remodeling the finish mower shed out back to fit both: Outside Equipment Storage!-pictures-2016-035.jpg I dismantled the old shed & will re-use as much of it as I can, got most of the frame done today: Outside Equipment Storage!-pictures-2016-037.jpg Tomorrow, I need to get the sod out to use elsewhere, then finish the framing. It will be covered with cover sheets & used metal left fro my new shop build. The finish mower & the rotary cutter will fit side by side!
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    Looking forward to your build
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    Good luck brother.
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    That is a great idea. Those are expensive enough that you want to keep them out of the rain and weather but large enough that they take up too much space inside!
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    Nearly finished: Outside Equipment Storage!-pictures-2016-038.jpg Outside Equipment Storage!-pictures-2016-039.jpg Still need some fill inside, but it's too wet for that! And, I need to rip out some treated pieces to fit under the metal edge on the siding to cover the sharp edge. I know, I can get metal trim for that, but the metal supplier is too far away & I have the lumber on hand!
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    Looks good to me.
    Any fish in yonder pond?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twin Oaks View Post
    Looks good to me.
    Any fish in yonder pond?
    Pond belongs to the neighbor, our dentist & yes, it does have fish & I have permission, but I only fish my own ponds anymore.

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    Looks good!!
    Great Job!!

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    Electronics indeed need to be stored in a covered storage shed. You can never know when a terrible weather would just set in and damage the sturdy machine that you just got. There goes your purchase if you had not taken good care of it beforehand. Though a storage shed requires time, effort, and money, your machines would appreciate the tender loving care and so would you.

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    I have some decent equipment by Tway Lifting and I've been storing it outdoors. I try to keep them tarped when not in use. But when winter comes all the equipment gets pressured washed and then stored in my garage.


 

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