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7x11 maintanence free shed **SOLD**

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Maintanence free shed for sale. I got it at Menards 2 1/2 years ago. I paid $800,Sams Club also has it now for the same price. Mine is the same only it doesn't have the bay window. But it does have two sky lights, and several shelves, and five doors which any can be open or locked from the inside. There is no damage or cracks. Asking $450.

I'm in St.Cloud. 320-654-6802 John or Karen

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Can it be taken apart and will it fit a back of a pick up?

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It is apart now and I have the directions to assemble. It is pretty simple to put together.

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Oh, yeah It can fit in the back of a full size truck.

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Would there be any pictures we could see? Thanks

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Sorry, No pictures. It is a green shade with a tan colored roof.

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About how tall is it on the inside?

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How wide is the door opening? Would it fit 2 polaris sportsman 500's? I live in Waite Park.

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The inside is 6'7" tall. On one end there are double doors that open up. The opening here is about 6 feet. You should be able to fit both 4-wheelers if you drive them in the double doors and then slide them sideways. I'm not 100% certain of that though, never tried.

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http://www.thinking-outside.com/SmartShedDeluxe.php

Here is a web site that shows the shed. Mine has a brown (tan) roof. Oh yeah, it is made by Thinking outside the box. Not by Rubbermaid. Website gives dimensions and different views of the shed, Mine is the smart shed deluxe.

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I just could'nt help thinking what it would look like mounted on a trailer as a fish house??? grin.gif

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I'm interested in the shed if you still have it. I could pick it up this weekend. I'm in St. Michael. I have a 6 foot pickup box. Do you think I could haul it with the truck or would I need something else?

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I still have it. It will fit in back of your truck. You can call me anytime this week.

320-654-6802, John

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If superduty doesn't take it, I would be interested. 320-235-3557

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Sorry, it got too late to call you back tonight. I'll take the shed. I could try to pick it up thursday or Friday night if that works better. I usually get home from work about 6:30 or 7 pm. I'll try to call you thursday.

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The shed is sold.

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