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Old 08-07-2008, 11:39 AM   #1
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Building a shed help

I wanna build a small shed for me quad BUT i want to keep it under 100$ if possible. I have a big giant tarp that i could use a s sides but i would rather build it out of wood.

any ideas would be cool

the size of my quad is

83" in length and 60 inches wide and 3-4 feet high

Does not need a pitched roof

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Old 08-07-2008, 12:05 PM   #2
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You can find one of those Ez-up tents for under a hunge. Plus, you can take it with you when you go riding.
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You can find one of those Ez-up tents for under a hunge. Plus, you can take it with you when you go riding.

Do they make something that will protect against snow?
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Nah. Not for $100.

How much snow do you get? If it's alot, you will most definately need a pitched roof. Otherwise the structure will have to bear the extra weight.

Check out some plans. Maybe a 6x6 or 4x4 post and beam construction with galvanized corrugated roofing. You'll need to set the posts in concrete as well.
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Nah. Not for $100.

How much snow do you get? If it's alot, you will most definately need a pitched roof. Otherwise the structure will have to bear the extra weight.

Check out some plans. Maybe a 6x6 or 4x4 post and beam construction with galvanized corrugated roofing. You'll need to set the posts in concrete as well.
Some days we get like 18-20 inches of snow. On average its 8 or so.

My dad was sayin somethin like 800$, heck no, i need money for school.
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If you want something cheap, just get a cover for it.
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