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Menards Roundtop All-Weather shelters?

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They are the round, fabric style storage shelter..

I was thinking about buying one for my boat storage (12'x24'). Anyone have experience with them? Thoughts on them?

Thanks in advance.

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Ripstick from the Duluth forum just got 1 like it if not that exact one. It looks like a nice outfit. Post on the Duluth Forum and ask him.

Also Shamrock is giving 1 away in the free forum thats 12 by 24 and in ok shape. Worth a trip if you can make it to Vermilion.

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Last year we put up three of them here in Grand Portage for friends to store boats in winter and snowmobiles in summer. They have held up very well and really done the job. We get alot of high winds off the lake and have had no issues. Two more people bought them this season after the three originals passed the test.

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Don't go cheap on the anchoring.

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I have two.

One at home in the woods that has held up really nice. The one at the lake gets alot of direct sun and it is taking its toll on the fabric.

Make sure you get some kind of mouse control for the shelter. They will migrate there in the winter.

I would buy another one when needed.

Mike

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