ShelterLogic 6x6x6.5 E Series Shed (Gray)

December 2, 2013 - Comment

Compact shed series,-small footprint, big value when space is at a premium. Great for storing garden tools, mowers, ATV’s. All steel frame, bonded with DuPont thermoset baked on powder coated finish prevents chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion. Designed for easy set up and portability, the ShelterLogic Shed-In-A-Box storage series efficient and affordable way to store

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Compact shed series,-small footprint, big value when space is at a premium. Great for storing garden tools, mowers, ATV’s. All steel frame, bonded with DuPont thermoset baked on powder coated finish prevents chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion.

Designed for easy set up and portability, the ShelterLogic Shed-In-A-Box storage series efficient and affordable way to store ATVs, lawn/garden tractors, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and other types of bulk storage. Measuring 6 x 6 x 6.5 feet, it features a high-grade steel frame construction that is finished with a Dupont powder coating that prevents chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion.

You’ll be able to create a durable shelter quickly thanks to the rugged Ratchet Tite tensioning system and ShelterLock stabilizers. The waterproof, triple-layer shelter cover features a heat-bonded enhanced weave polyethylene construction, and it’s been UV-treated inside and out with added fade blockers and anti-aging agents so it will withstand the elements for years to come. And the high-profile white interior creates enhanced illumination.

In addition to an all-steel frame and waterproof cover, this package includes double-zippered front door, stabilizing blocks, auger anchors, steel foot plates, and easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.

Product Features

  • Built with a 1 3/8-inch high grade steel frame, every frame tube and connector goes through a proprietary 13 step Rhino Shield surface preparation process
  • Triple layer, heat bonded enhanced weave, rip stop, waterproof, polyethylene cover
  • UV treated inside and out with added fade blockers, anti aging, anti fungal agents resulting in a fabric cover that withstands the elements
  • Ratchet tite tensioning system provides simple installation while keeping cover tight to frame, swedged tubing for quick and easy slip together assembly
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John F. Brown says:

10′ x 10′ E Series Shed Works Well I had to make some modifications to the installation process as I built a wood floor to which I attached the shed. Overall, I think it’s a good product and is sturdy once it’s completely finished, the cover is attached and properly adjusted, and tie-down systems are secured. The zipper door works well and I’m happy with the space the shed provides. I would criticize the installation instructions for being a little confusing, so putting the shed together took longer than I expected. You also have to put the framework together and then disassemble it later in order to finish attaching the cover. Don’t build it on a windy day. I thought that the way the end-walls were cut and rigged seemed a little out of whack which makes attaching them hard to understand and maybe the rigging will put additional stress on the fabric and tear it out. It is necessary to do some adjusting on the cover to get it to fit right. Also, There are quite a few hardware parts to assemble. I would like few…

Gregory Haines MD "Medoc" says:

Portable garage I live in an apartment complex without covered or indoor parking. I wanted to keep my baby (’07 Goldwing) protected from the weather and dry when it rains. There is a private “patio” with privacy hedges along the front of the two story town houses that’s just enough bigger than the shelter that I can get around it easily. It is very well built, the materials appear to be of good quality, durable and absolutely waterproof. It’s fairly easy to assemble even alone. I started inside but quickly moved outside while it would fit through the door. It’s well protected from the wind by the hedges, so it’s free standing. I didn’t think the landlord would appreciate holes in the concrete for the anchors. There have been some nasty thunderstorms with high winds and it hasn’t moved. Not mfg’s fault but there were a lot of sections of the tube frame missing. First call got a promise to get them to me in 10 days, second call actually got them ordered and delivered as promised. Absolutely no problems…

H. W. Fitzgerald, Jr. says:

Shed In A Box as an astronomy observing hut I purchased the Shed In A Box to use in astronomy. I tried several tents and none worked well. Then I discovered Shed In A Box and decided to give it a try. It was a good move. Shed In A Box is made of steel pipes that all fit together easily and they stay that way even when moved. The covering is made of thick and strong plastic that so far has weathered heavy rains and wind. The only problem I see when using this as just a shed to store equipment is that rain can run under the bottom edges and get the ground wet underneath the stored equipment. But in most cases this is not a problem. My use for my Shed In A box is in astronomy. It is just the right size for one person to move. With it fully assembled I can pick it up and move it to where I want. It does a great job protecting me from the elements. When it is very cold I go inside and with my Heater Buddy I am warm and cozy. My telescope is just outside the enclosure with cables running between the two. Shed in a box is…

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