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Finally done stacked up!

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by MNtrees, Nov 8, 2013.

  1. MNtrees

    MNtrees Member

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  2. Missouri Frontier

    Missouri Frontier Feeling the Heat

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    Wow. Great setup. Nice stacks!
  3. stayfitz

    stayfitz Feeling the Heat

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    Beyond Awesome! How many cords is that?!
  4. MNtrees

    MNtrees Member

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    Woodshed itself can hold approx 14 cords. Current cords are 12.
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    dmmoss51 Feeling the Heat

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    That right there is a thing of beauty
  6. Applesister

    Applesister Minister of Fire

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    Economy of design...thats my idea of a perfect solution.
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    Oregon aloha Member

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    Power and lights. That's first cabin all the way.
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    Paulywalnut Minister of Fire

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    Nice simple design. Very functional. The wind will blow right through there.
    I like simplicity.
  9. Ram 1500 with an axe...

    Ram 1500 with an axe... Minister of Fire

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    Great set up is right, I love the lights and airflow.......
  10. red oak

    red oak Minister of Fire

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    If I ever build a woodshed, that is EXACTLY how I want it to look!
  11. curber

    curber Feeling the Heat

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    Great looking wood and shed!!
  12. Lumber-Jack

    Lumber-Jack Minister of Fire

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    Nice functional wood shelter. Sure beats tarps. ;)
  13. Backwoods Savage

    Backwoods Savage Minister of Fire

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    Par Excellence!
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    That's unreal. Wow.
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    PapaDave Minister of Fire

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    Are those heat lamps?
    Cool!==c
  16. maine13

    maine13 New Member

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    I'm seeing zero cross bracing on that structure. Aren't you worried about it blowing over?
  17. MNtrees

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    Thanks for nice comments! Best investment I ever made! I don't stack up fresh split firewood in the woodshed, put them on pallets at open area in the back for approx 2 years then move them in the woodshed. I will post piles of fresh firewood soon.
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    Lol! no, they are CFL floodlights
  19. MNtrees

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    I felt it dont need cuz 8 posts are 4x6 and four feet deep in the ground with poured cement. Only one middle post stand (free stand) on old cement slab. Also there is 2x6 brackets to support firewood at middle section (Run North and South). All screws (Lag, deck, and tin roof). I will try to find 2x6 brackets and post here.
  20. MNtrees

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    Here they are!

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