NEW Yardmaster Store - Pent Metal Shed 6x4 RRP £135 FREE P&P - £94.95 @ value.wizard ebay - HotUKDeals
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NEW Yardmaster Store - Pent Metal Shed 6x4 RRP £135 FREE P&P - £94.95 @ value.wizard ebay

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Cheapest I could find after this was £131-145 so this is very cheap! Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Cheapest I could find after this was £131-145 so this is very cheap!
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My mate got one a few years back and to be honest it's not even worth 50 quid, they are flimsy metal sheets with loads of bloody tiny screws, plastic washers, bolts and nuts that require even the nimblest fingers, and def a two person team, frikin nightmare and i'm a dab hand at maintenance, best source a cheap wooden shed within the next Cpl months before they go up in price or one of those heavy duty plastic sheds that will last longer than this flimsy shed folks, just my opinion, don't say I never warned you's ;)
2 Likes #2
agree with point about screws and his erection however not flimsy when assembled has withstood huge winds for many years with no sign of rust anywhere
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scoobytawazara
agree with point about screws and his erection however not flimsy when assembled has withstood huge winds for many years with no sign of rust anywhere


Whats his erection got to do with anything? :{
#4
Gollywood
scoobytawazara
agree with point about screws and his erection however not flimsy when assembled has withstood huge winds for many years with no sign of rust anywhere
Whats his erection got to do with anything? :{
about screws!
#5
Gollywood
scoobytawazara
agree with point about screws and his erection however not flimsy when assembled has withstood huge winds for many years with no sign of rust anywhere
Whats his erection got to do with anything? :{

Well if his erection suffers from questionable stiffness I think that is of great interest to people reading this post.
#6
scoobytawazara
agree with point about screws and his erection however not flimsy when assembled has withstood huge winds for many years with no sign of rust anywhere

Not a rusty erection? Wait til he's married a few more years then... :D
#7
They are a pain to put up but I and my lad did a fairly big one in about 5 hours and once it is built (properly) they are very sturdy. We put it on a base of concrete paving stones and bolted it to them. It has been through some fairly heavy weather over the last few years and is still as strong as first built.
Only one slight snag and that is the metal threshold, it is well galvanised but with things being taken in/out and boots etc it started to get the odd bit of rust so a couple of coats of silver hammerite and sorted. Basic maintenance, should think it will last minimum 12 -15 years if not more. Ah they have just had first child so maybe in about 6-7 years time it will develop a few problems LOL
#8
These do require some determination to assemble - better to have two people and expect 6 hours plus
Be ready to drill a few extra holes at the end - to get things to line up.
The screws are self tapping so a 2mm or 2.5mm HSS drill bit can be a life saver at thed end

COCo
#9
scoobytawazara
agree with point about screws and his erection however not flimsy when assembled has withstood huge winds for many years with no sign of rust anywhere
These will blow away and end up a crumpled wreck - unless you anchor them down onto something strong like concrete slabs.
#10
Is it possible to store mountain bikes in this? Door openings look a bit narrow.
#11
I've had a Yardmaster for about 20 years and still in goods nick. Would be a shame if their quality isn't what it was.
#12
ClougherNut
Is it possible to store mountain bikes in this? Door openings look a bit narrow.

i got 3 bikes in mine, pain to put up and if anyone wanted to rob it - a philips screwdriver and 6 screws removed would open it right up - not secure at all really
#13
Oos

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