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Old 05-20-2010, 08:36 PM   #1
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Barn built just for our Sunline QUE.

I am trying to learn how to resize & post Photos on this site.
If it works...these are photos of the Barn I had built for our QUE.
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Old 05-21-2010, 05:38 AM   #2
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Wow that is awesome! Looks like a perfect fit! You are way better at backing up than I am.
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Old 05-21-2010, 08:09 AM   #3
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Looks great, and WOW it is SO nice to be able to keep the rig under a roof. Well, the folks on here thought I did a good job backing the 2499 "up hill on a curve, and turn it into my RV Port. Yours looks harder as it appears you only have "inches" of clearance thru the doorway. Even thought I was backing "Blind" I had 2' on each side. Can't wait 'til Gary & I can afford to get an RV Port for the 5th wheel.
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Good idea. Looks nice too. I had thought of doing something like that, considering the locals won't let me keep mine at my house in the winter, and moving it where they asked me to got it vandalized.
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Old 05-22-2010, 08:57 AM   #5
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WOW Very nice place to store the RV. Pretty tight fit but when you know what you have to handle it can be done. Our gate is almost 10' and lots of room on the road in front. We are also very pleased we can store it here. when I am working we use it every nice weekend. Since I broke my heel Easter weekend I can not go upstairs to our bedroom but in the RV we can sleep in the same bed. I even set up sewer pipe across the yard to be able to dump the tanks. I hope you enjoy the shed for a long time.

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WOW is the right word! Nice shelter and REALLY nice job of backing into that narrow gap!

We've been thinking about covering our 2499 since we can & do keep it here at the house. I'm torn between a metal RV port and building a wooden one.

We don't really NEED sides... just a roof over the coach would work. Although I do like your enclosed shelter!
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Old 05-22-2010, 01:10 PM   #7
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TNTCarports.com I have used them for 3 different ports, and they are really great to deal with.

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Trying to save our pennies, nickels, dimes & quarters so we can get another one for the 5er.
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Old 05-22-2010, 02:42 PM   #8
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Thanks for all the positive comments.

It's sure nice to keep the Que clean & be able to work on it in any type of weather.

I will add one photo,...(trying to post it in a better quality)
Not sure how to do that, ... I don't know what the best (clearest) size would be on this site.
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TNTCarports.com ...
Looks like they don't have the dot com address now.

Is this the one T-N-T Carports - Nationwide installed metal carports, garages, buildings, rv covers, horse barns, lean-tos and more! ?
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Old 05-23-2010, 08:26 AM   #10
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YEP, that is them. Gary told me last night the link I posted wasn't working, but I didn't get a chance to get back her to correct my original post.

One hit of advice, if you get one of these ports, get the heavier one, there is very little price difference, and it makes a difference in the event of major snowfall damage (), as far as your insurance may be concerned. But even though one of mine the "widest" one sagged, it did not collapse. Another contributing factor to that could have also been that it does not sit level, the other two were fine. I think being on the angle it had to be installed caused it's problem. But 42 - 45 inches is a lot of snow on it, but is was the lighter guage metal. DUH, one of those "IF" I had of know then what I know now I would have gotten the "Certified Bldgs". I priced a new 16'W X 36'L the end of march and it was $2290. for the certified, and $2200. for the non-certified. Certified = xtra supports, hurricane anchors, legs closer together so WELL worth the slight extra in cost.

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Old 08-21-2010, 09:48 AM   #11
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Building a Barn for R QUE

I added some new Photos of the preparation & building of the Barn for R QUE. Made two albums yesterday. I am Learning something new about this new format by poking around as Steve says.....
If anyone would like to see the photos please go to my Profile Page.
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Joe,

Thanks for sharing the pics. Went and looked. Neat and nice work.

But the "White Stuff"...... not ready for that yet... Had enough last year for about 5 years.... It severely crimped our winter camping habit. No tow in the snow
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