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Re: DIY, shed help. [Re: BigPig] #8604681 05/25/22 11:21 AM
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Originally Posted by BigPig
It will sag with the weight of that mower on it.



Not worried with 12" centers. This is the second shed I have built the first one was smaller and had my 800lb motorcycle and did not sag with 16" centers.


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Re: DIY, shed help. [Re: Jimbo1] #8604783 05/25/22 01:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Jimbo1
Looks good but without gravel completely underneath you might be inviting possums and such.


Justace will take care of them....HE IS CURRENTLY 3-0

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Re: DIY, shed help. [Re: Ol Thumper] #8604789 05/25/22 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Ol Thumper
No need to stress, you did a great job up I wouldn’t be concerned with it.. An idea though, I built a loft on the entire back half of the one I had to store stuff I didn’t use a lot like Christmas lights etc etc. I basically added an attic to it that was all easily accessible from a ladder In case you wanted to use more of the unused space. If your anything like me you’ll have the entire thing overflowing in less than a month and need more storage room ASAP. I used every inch of it and it may be why my floor bowed in the middle over time smile ani


Got the loft thing already covered....

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Re: DIY, shed help. [Re: Superduty] #8604791 05/25/22 01:37 PM
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Looks good. Did you bend the rebar over after driving it in?
Looking at the pictures it looks like you painted the floor in one of them, but in others it does not. If it hasn't been painted, a good sealant or an oil based paint will really help if it gets some water on it. It also makes it way easier to sweep or blow out.
Enjoy your new storage.

Re: DIY, shed help. [Re: Old Rabbit] #8604797 05/25/22 01:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Old Rabbit
Looks good. Did you bend the rebar over after driving it in?
Looking at the pictures it looks like you painted the floor in one of them, but in others it does not. If it hasn't been painted, a good sealant or an oil based paint will really help if it gets some water on it. It also makes it way easier to sweep or blow out.
Enjoy your new storage.


Did not bend rebar, but left it like picture abov 4" above support. There is still about 4 feet in ground looking at that pic.

The floor was upgraded version, factory reinforced and factory painted. I paid extra for that. Probably not painting walls, had a downpour last night and it's water tight, but I will keep an eye on it for awhile.

Thank you.

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Re: DIY, shed help. [Re: Superduty] #8605120 05/25/22 11:36 PM
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I think you did fantastic sir, be proud of it

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