Moving a small shed

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Old 06-13-07, 06:39 AM
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Question Moving a small shed

Need some advice on moving a small shed.

the shed is one year old - solidly built, 8' X 12' barn styled wood - built by professional shed builders. Vinyl siding.

We need to move it perpendicular to its current position - on a 90 degree angle - in order to get it out of the electrical easement. I have read lots of advice on moving sheds on rollers - seems ideal for straight ahead moves. How does this concept work for angle moves like ours? Would like to be able to jack up and move on rollers by hand.
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Old 06-14-07, 04:46 PM
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I would think that once it is on the rollers that if you just pushed oh one corner that it would push at an angle. It would not turn a true hard 90 degree unless you had something at the opposite corner to hold it there. But pushing on just one corner will turn it.
 
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Old 06-22-07, 06:17 PM
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Thanks for the advice! that is what I was thinking - physics right? Now to convince my Hubby. We have the cylinders we just need the man power. I think a shed moving party might be the answer...
 
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Old 06-23-07, 05:41 AM
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Depending on how the base is constructed it may be possible to get the rollers underneath in a radial pattern, like spokes on a wheel; then the shed might be rotated like a big turntable.
 
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