Moving a shed / Poss. dismantle / 8X10 Alum.

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Old 06-19-04, 03:46 AM
Sophie_Sundown
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Question Moving a shed / Poss. dismantle / 8X10 Alum.

I found a great deal ($200) on an aluminum shed, 8X10, practically new, but it's on the complete opposite side of town.

I want to know if anyone can offer any advice/suggestions:

I did find Tn...Andy's post in response to another "moving a shed" post where he suggested a 2 axle flat bed trailer (like those he used to move 12X6 barns). However, an engineer with the County road dept. said the max. width here is 96" or 8'. Will the shed fit on a truck like this long-ways? - is the length of the bed atleast 10'?

Is it possible to dismantle the shed? Id rather do that than spend $ on a flat bed. If so, is it worth it?

Also, do I need to pour a concrete pad for it and bolt the shed down?

Many thanks for any help.....
Sophie
 
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Old 06-23-04, 11:24 AM
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Disregard post....

....I've decided to buy a new one. Dismantling it would be my only option and that is not economically feasible. Besides, I found a brand new one for less.

Thanks anyway -
Sophie
 
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Old 06-24-04, 09:50 AM
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Theres too many screws and fasteners to put those sheds together for my liking and the sheds are getting flimisier all the time.
 
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