I needed a cover for my girlfriend 05 mustang conv. and her 2001 F150 Harley addition crew cab
PU. So this morning in 1.5 hrs. this was up in my back yard. Not bad for $1000.00, Will hold a lot of (Dry) T's and parts later.
This came out of North Carolina, It took 3 weeks to get here but they delivered and assembled it on site.
They assembled it at the wrong Bob's House
How fast will it go in a 60 knot wind? .
Ralph's right.Best tie it down real good or it will be over at one of the neighbors..
I have a plan of using 2x12 under the tires
and over the side rails, I believe that with that weight on them it would hold for any wind we have
in its location. I haven't seen 60 knot winds in the past 20 years of living here. But you never know.
They did get lost and I had to drive about
10 miles to direct them here, they were at Dash Point and I live near I-5, they might have been looking for you.
Bob - This is what happened to my brother-in-law's car port a couple of weeks ago in South Dakota...Don't let the snow pile up on it!
I live bout 200 FT above sea level and if were lucky we may get 1" of snow and its melted by noon. But I'm ready, this is the most I've seen in my yard in 20 years
You could have been the only transportation in Deadwood a couple of weeks ago with that rig!
Bob, They are really handy. I had 2 in FL until Hurricane Ivan a few years ago--now there is one (that has been repaired). Insurance paid well though! I've got one in SC with the sides covered to the ground that I use for storage of various things and empty it and use it as a paint booth when I need to paint. I keep everything important in my big building, so, the paint cloud drifts harmlessly into the woods.