*Help ERRGENT Shed disassembling*-Nevermind

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by CcJ, Jun 9, 2009.

  1. CcJ

    CcJ In the Brooder

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    Quick there i a 16 by 8 foot shed on craigslist perfect for my future coop but i need to know how to disassemble it to transport it to my house. Its only $25...HELP!!!!!!!!!!! [​IMG]
     
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  2. CcJ

    CcJ In the Brooder

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    Anyone *insert worry*
     
  3. CityChook

    CityChook Songster

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    honey, you need to include a link. we can't see it.
     
  4. CcJ

    CcJ In the Brooder

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  5. Doormantnt

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    try to avoid disassembly if possible.

    a car trailer and some stong backs and weak minds.
     
  6. CityChook

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    Hard to say how to disassemble with such vague information. I think a 16x8 shed that is in good condition and on skids *could* be transported whole by a towing company with a winch and a flatbed trailer. Probably cost you a hundred or so, depending on how far you have to haul it. If it's not screwed together (and it's probably not), you'll have to take it apart one wall at a time. It's a good price at $25, but if you don't know what you're doing, it could be a major PITA.

    Before getting so excited about it, you'd probably better ask the seller to send you a photo of it - inside and out.
     
  7. Judy

    Judy Crowing

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    Collect hammers, crowbars, portable saws, a large trailer, and about 6 strong young men.

    Better yet, find someone with a large flatbed truck to move it for you.
     
  8. trilyn

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    Yeah-definitely try not to take it apart. You would probably ruin the stability of the structure and it would be costly to fix it. Not to mention the headache of putting it back together again! Ugh! Awesome find-hope it works out for you!! [​IMG]
     
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  9. CcJ

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    anything else please
     
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  10. flopshot

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    car trailer or wrecker service rollback.
     

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