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ShelterLogic Sport Shed-in-a-Box Snowmobile/Motorcycle Shed - 12ft.L x 6ft.W x 8ft.H, Model# 70413

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Win back some garage real estate with this ShelterLogic 12ft. x 6ft. shed storage solution for your snowmobile or motorcycle. All-season shed protects your machine from sun, rain, tree sap and more. Compact, affordable and easy to set up. Provides drive-through protection for cycles, snowmobiles and ATVs. Frame Thickness in. 1 3/8, Dimensions L x W ft. 12 x 6, Frame Material Steel, Outer Material Polyethylene, UV Inhibitors Yes, Style House, Center Height ft., in. 8, Material Thickness oz. per sq. ft. 7.5, Anchors Included Temporary, Color Gray, Door Type Zippered, Rip-Stop Yes. Constructed with high grade steel Every frame tube and connector goes through a proprietary 13-step Rhino Shield surface preparation process Professional grade 1 3/8in. steel frame, bonded with Dupont thermoset baked on powder-coat finish to prevent chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion Advanced engineered triple-layer, chemically heat bonded, enhanced weave, ripstop waterproof polyethylene cover UV treated inside and out with added fade blockers, anti-aging and anti-fungal agents, resulting in a fabric cover that withstands the elements High profile white interior creates enhanced illumination Swedged tubing for slip-together quick and easy assembly Rugged Ratchet Tite tensioning system provides simple installation while keeping cover tight to frame Instant frame design allows you to erect shed in hours Drive-through doors Perfect for cycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, lawn & garden equipment or bulk storage
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Questions & Answers for ShelterLogic Sport Shed-in-a-Box Snowmobile/Motorcycle Shed - 12ft.L x 6ft.W x 8ft.H, Model# 70413

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how to anchor to pavemet(driveway)

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It's recommended to use 30" Easy-Hook Anchors at every foot of the shelter for proper anchoring. These anchors can be used in many different foundation, including pavement. You would have to drill holes in to the pavement in order to get the anchors into the ground. You would then fill the hole with more asphalt. Please see below.
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Shelterlogic recommends using 30" Easy-Hook Anchors at every foot of the shelter for proper anchoring. These anchors can be used in many different foundation, including pavement. You would have to drill holes in to the pavement in order to get the anchors into the ground. You would then fill the hole with more asphalt.
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what is the clearance to the bottom of the 'door'/roof?

I want to use this to protect a forklift. The forklift needs top clearance of 23" width @ 84" height. Will it fit?
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The height from ground to bottom of rolled up door is 5' 10", the width is 4' 9".
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