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Pickup Topper Makes Low-Cost Shed Roof
Kenneth Booth, Jr., Wingdale, N.Y., made a low-cost shed for his garden tractor using the topper off an old pickup as the roof. It sits atop a structure made from 2 by 4's and plywood.
  The shed measures 7 ft. long, 5 ft. 2 in. wide, and 6 ft. high and has a pair of swing-out doors at one end. Booth keeps his Gravely 7 1/2 hp walk-behind tractor inside the shed.
  "I built it a few years ago when I got rid of my small Dodge Ram pickup but kept the topper," says Booth. "The topper off a big full-size pickup might work even better because you could make a bigger shed."
  The topper is screwed down onto the walls at four places. It swings down over the two doors to hold them in place.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Kenneth Booth, Jr., 6634 Route 55, Wingdale, N.Y. 12594 (ph 845 832-6338).

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #2