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SINCE I LIKE OLD IRON, decided thet i needed more space. pretty low on funds (2 back surgerys) what is my option?????? went net serching and found pallet sheds. Started collecting this spring and this is the result. What do u guys think. is a 12 x 16

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Never heard of a pallet shed but, I'm a believer after viewin' your photos.

Very nice work, and probably better than a store bought too!

Got enough slope on the roof? Guess you're in Mass, snowy.

Good luck with the new Horse Barn! More pic's later would be nice. :-)

Hope the back feels good today and tomorrow. Merry Christmas!

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yes low slope,but im on 12" centers. no permit required is still considered portable. i have the rest of the material, left over siding from house, shingles left over..... total $320.00

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Great idea and keeping them out of the weather sure saves them. Me likie!! krazy_horse

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And now, the question. What series Horses will be livin' in The Barn?

With the low ceiling, where's the hay loft? :-)

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Its sheated in 1/2 plywood, will get finished this spring. It will be left over siding from house and also left over house shingles. I currently have a commando 8, ford lgt100 and an alis chalmers homesteader (which will get thw first rebuild)for my wife.

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I don't think shingles will work on that low a slope. The minimum slope for shingles is 2 1/2" in 12". You need roll roofing or metal on that low a slope.

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I don't think shingles will work on that low a slope. The minimum slope for shingles is 2 1/2" in 12". You need roll roofing or metal on that low a slope.

Looks like long rafters to the peak of the building the shed is against. But, wouldn't be portable any longer.

I like the idea, "metal on that low a slope."

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THE WHOLE ROOF WILL BE COVERED WITH ICE AND WATER SHIELD THEN SHINGLES, IF THAT DONT WORK THEN ILL PUT SOME METAL DOWN.

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Now that is a great use of readily available materials, and at a good price to boot! Nice work!

Duff :thumbs: :thumbs:

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