10' X 15' SHELTER LOGIC TAN COVER AUTO SHED
10' X 15' SHELTER LOGIC TAN COVER AUTO SHED
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Shelter Logic Auto Shed 10' X 15'

SKU # 243793   
$399.99
 
 
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  • Features
Shelter Logic Auto Shed 10' X 15'
• Solid 1
• 3/8" frame designed for smaller compact cars and trucks
• Triple-layer, polyethelene, rip-stop weave fabric cover is hot air fused at the seams and 100% waterproof
• UV-treated inside and out with added fade blockers, anti-aging, anti-fungal agents
• Patent-pending Shelter Lock Stabilizers add strength and stability
• Rugged Ratchet Tite tensioning for quick and easy cover installation
• Easy Slide Cross Rail system locks down and squares up covers

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Bob
Saskatchewan

Aug 04, 2019


4 star

Good and complete kit, but needs better instructions

I’ve had it up for 2 weeks and already I am completely happy with it so. It has already survived a hailstorm and the accompanying terrible winds. The instructions say it takes two guys around 2 hours to assemble. The inventor and his foreman couldn’t put it up outside in anywhere near 2 hours. It took us an entire day, and we both build houses! It’s a great kit ... includes everything, even screw-in ground anchors. When completed, it seemed very sturdy and completely operational. The instructions were all photos, no words and they fell apart about page 13/14 where they showed the straps both over and under the poles in different diagrams. So, it’s trial and error. They don’t tell you not to tighten anything until it’s all up, but don’t tighten the nuts because you have to take some things apart to put the straps in. It shows an elaborate method of throwing ropes over the roof bars to pull the cover over, but you can just walk it over. The poles across the bottom of the sides are poor.