I have a 10X20 that houses both my BX23s and several other items (yard tractor, snowblower). As Big G notes the rops needs to be folded down unless you add height. These sheds do build moisture inside so in the warmer months I leave the back panel rolled up for airflow, only put it down in the snowy months. Mine is a shelter logic brand. Have not had rodent issues so far (3 years) but keeping fingers crossed!Has Anyone put a BX with a loader in a Shelter Logic or similar Tent/Shed?
Need advice to buy
sea cans are nice but will need a building permits for one here near Hamilton ($$$ !!!!!)
My 9by12s are the max without having to pay cityhall bucket loads of money
That sounds familiar!BTDT still have the empty frame in the back yard.
I don't agree. Mine weathered some pretty strong storms. It just could not hold up to the 3" branch hitting it from 40' up. IF I could relocate it away from trees, I'd buy another cover and carry on.As others mentioned, if in snow country, don't waste your money or time, they don't last.
Go to Harbor Freight and buy their version of the tent. It goes on sale for around $175. And for $50 you get a 2 year replacement policy. I have kept my L2501 in one for 3 years. It has held up very well in the Florida sun and wind.
When I put mine up I laid out 4 railroad ties and placed the tent on top of them. This allows the ROPS to pass under the doorway in the upright position.
It has been money very well spent for me.
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https://www.harborfreight.com/10-ft-x-17-ft-portable-garage-62860.htmlHey BIG G, Do you remember either the size or the model number?