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Skyrydr2's New Tractor Shed

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#16 skyrydr2 OFFLINE  



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Posted September 30, 2011 - 06:34 AM

Yeah , I wish I did,...... the wife keeps me in check ( thank god or i'd be sleeping with my tractors LOL) pretty easy staying one step ahead with only 2 tractors to deal with, ( one is mine and one is for my daughter :thumbs: )
Someone asked about an addition? That might start this weekend but it will be for some chickens not tractors.

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Posted September 30, 2011 - 04:13 PM

Nice looking building.
I thought the rule was, one tractor per implement. I see an addition off the back. 4 times the square footage, and 6 feet higher. Same roof lines.
This first part would be sort of a foyer. Looks like there's lots of room behind it, that you could even do phase 3 eventually. 4 times bigger than
phase 2.

My thoughts exactly! Sort of the GTTalk version of the Taj Mahal - The Garage Mahal

Heres something for inspiration.

Taj Mahal.jpg

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Posted September 30, 2011 - 07:26 PM

Nice shed you have there. I like the windows and they are high enough people will have to use the ladder you left there to see inside. LOL. I didn't put any windows in my 12x16 shed when I built it so last year when I was fixing the roof I put in a skylight and it helps a lot. Only the squirrels and birds can see inside.

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Posted October 01, 2011 - 01:45 PM

Windows (or skylights) do help. Ventilation can be nice if you are trying to do something in there on a hot day.