#11
Well, that's not exactly what I said. This is what happens over your left shoulder, while you are looking over your right shoulder, backing a tractor into your shed. The wind blows the door shut. Almost shut. I happened to be backing in my MF 16 with a 3 point hitch. Hit right on the 3 point. Got a little white paint on it, but that's it. Unfortunately, that's a special order door. It is 7' wide. I installed it so I could put my boat in the shed for winter.[attachment=42600][attachment=42601]
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#12
It won’t be perfect but you can fix it.
Gary

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#13
i dont know whats worse- when someone else does the damage or when i do it.
a thought came up when i read this. same thought that came to me when i came in hot on my garden tractor and "scratched' my garage door.

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#14
I am making myself a new door. Building a frame, and covering both sides with 1/4" plywood. I am considering facing the outside with FRP. Does it hold up well outside? Will the sun fade. or warp it?

Thanks Greg
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#15
A whole new door, $840. New slab for one side, $380. Make your own slab, less than $100.
   
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Darn, Darn, Darn, Darn, Darn !


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