Building a garage for our two vintage campers. Started a little late in the year so we are pushing to get it done before the snow starts. My L2501 is sure saving me a lot of work compared to the old Ford I had. Sure do like the power steering.
Orange stakes mark a bank so nobody drives over it putting a retaining wall there and yes the third bay is for the Kubota.NICE !! Love to see a series of 'progress pictures' !!
curious about the 2 sticks with orange tops on them ????
3rd bay for the Kubota ??
I do an end around that has worked so far and saves me a bundle on property taxs every year. The local tax appraisal district has a string of classifications long as your leg loosely connected to what you will use it for. Same structure can be taxed 5x what one just down the road is. One of the classifications simply says "pole building" with lowest level engineer's requirements and lowest appraisal per sq ft of all. I file permit application for pole building and preserve every email,text and scrap of paper inspectors give me during the process. Point being government bureaucrats understand the first thing about what they enforce daily.Bought the trusses, building code requires engineering stamp for trusses. Getting so you cant build a dog house with out a engineer stamp.
How did you set the trusses? Not a huge span, so they could of been hung upside down and rotated from the ground with a long 2x4 rotating them up, but how’d ya do it?
I like it but again I like old things. It's a good thing to because most of the people I grew up with and came to love are kinda old.
Some well preserved and without question tastefully painted and decorated vintage rvs can be seen at a gathering of a women's club known as Sisters On The Fly.
I hear ya there. Im doing a 25’ span build. No way to get a crane to jobsite and a telehander would be a challenge. I actually just reached out to the lumber yard to check price for doing a monoslope with I joists.Three of us set them on the 2x10s upside down and rotated them up then braced they only weighed 113 pounds each, we have done the same with 30 foot trusses they were not so easy.