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Old 10-15-2017, 09:17 PM
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Default Tractor shed / shop expansion

This project has been long planned, and finally took shape. My tractor(s) have lived outside their entire lives, but we are all getting older, and like a little comfort. I finally settled on the location, which is the west side of my little shop. The new shed is 20 feet wide and 36 feet long. Pole style, reclaimed tin, dirt/gravel floor. This whole project is budget minded, the only new material used was for the poles/purlins and nailers for the roof. Even the rafters are reclaimed wood I beams.
I took lots of pictures during the build, so this is picture heavy. I still have to tin the sides, but will likely finish that next summer, same as the floor.

I will apologize for the twisted pictures, I still am not sure why they want to rotate. I would attempt to fix them, but I have to upload them one at a time thanks to my "amazing" internet service.

1 - flagged area mostly to see if I could work around the new building and still get to the other building.
2 - Buddy came over with his Bobcat, I rented the auger.
3 - Set up the batter boards, squared everything up.
4 - setback - old Bobcat, new attachment
5 - Made a run early the next morning and got the correct connectors for the Bobcat.
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