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Thread: Too much stuff...time to think big!

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    Too much stuff...time to think big!

    First world problems...too much stuff, not enough room.

    Solution:




    Now three weeks wait until next step...waiting....waiting...

    Kj

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    Geeze KJ When I was in my 30s I put heaps of those up around the Wairarapa! Timber 3 bay sheds, 3.9 metre wide bays, 3.6 metres rear to 4 metres at the front x 6metres deep, 1 cube of conc on each leg, 5x2 purlins and 6x2 rafters, corrugated iron clad, no floor 4K + GST erected! We used to join 2 together to make a shed! Company ute dragging a concrete mixer, three guys earning pocket money!!!
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    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Wow...wish it was still $4K + gst these days.
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    You do know that it will still be to small
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    Hence why I went with a container, might be smaller than a shed but sure was quick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Geeze KJ When I was in my 30s I put heaps of those up around the Wairarapa! Timber 3 bay sheds, 3.9 metre wide bays, 3.6 metres rear to 4 metres at the front x 6metres deep, 1 cube of conc on each leg, 5x2 purlins and 6x2 rafters, corrugated iron clad, no floor 4K + GST erected! We used to join 2 together to make a shed! Company ute dragging a concrete mixer, three guys earning pocket money!!!

    So Maca if you were a half pie decent son of a bitch you would go and give KJ a hand to throw one up. KJ this is my best effort to shame Maca into helping you build the shed. I don't expect him to actually do it but he may just shout you the shed to get me off his back.
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    Haha...Rushy you're a hard man.

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    Hey Rushy I went to the field days a couple of years ago and low and behold a beaut implement she'd just the same as I used to build! Thought that's a bit strange, got talking to the guy and 30 older took us a while to realise he was my foreman when we were building them! Must have kept a copy of the plans!!!! So there we are you can still buy them in the Wairarapa, good designs are good designs!
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    Lots of bad weather...delays...delays...but some descent progress finally!



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    Cant wait to see what gets built in this shed
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    Any colour you like...as long as its black!



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    Looking good!

    White inside though? Makes for cheap lighting, being able to see stuff, etc.....
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    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Black for now (building paper), will line it one day. There are 8 skylights, so plenty of light during the day. Wall lights for night.

    Getting a couple of those spinners to remove heat. Doors getting fitted by the pros next week...wiring after that...all go!
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    Black is back

 

 

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