ShelterLogic Model 62680 Instant Garage AutoShelter 10 x 20- Feet ,Color Sandstone


he ShelterLogic AutoShelter 10 x 20 ft. Instant Garage shelter is an excellent storage solution for motorcycles, ATVs, jet skis, trailers, lawn and garden equipment, tractors, snow mobiles, wood or other bulk storage. A good quality fabric structure at a affordable price.Measuring 10 feet by 20 feet, the AutoShelter from ShelterLogic provides great cover for your cars, motorcycles, ATVs, trailers, lawn and garden equipment, tractors, snowmobiles, or other vehicles or gear. The shelter features a

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  1. Thomas L. says:
    24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Horrible Product, August 28, 2016
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    The item had issues from he date of purchase and I received no assistance from the manufacturer. The item has completely come apart and is unusable.WARNING, Find a better product. See the attached pictures, the product is less than 1 year old

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  2. buyerofmanythings says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lots of parts, take your time and you will be fine, October 1, 2014
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    Mine came with all of its parts, shy one washer and plus a couple of nuts and bolts. It took two handy people about five hours to make – and we had a little complexity because our soil was extremely hard and we had to improvise to raise the structure about 18 inches. Height wise, be aware that the door is only six foot something (I don’t know exactly anymore). We put in a 6×12 enclosed trailer just over 8 feet tall and needed to both (a) raise the whole carport 18 inches and (b) put the trailer in the carport before putting on the tarp. Taking the trailer out next season will be interesting.

    You will spend a LOT of time sorting parts because there are a LOT of parts. I think we spent more time sorting than actually putting stuff together. Many of the parts are extremely similar to one another, so you need to be diligent. We only made one mistake that only cost us about five minutes to disassemble and reassemble. There are three sizes of bolts (and a LOT of them) that are the same diameter and extremely close to one another in length. So they needed to be sorted very carefully. It seems like the whole thing could have been standardized on the longest bolt at almost no cost and substantially simplify the build.

    The bottom corners do not turn out very attractive because the tightening straps overlap one another. It is hard to explain, but once you build it you will understand that the marketing photo was carefully staged to make those corners more attractive. Not a big issue.

    Having a 4 foot ladder was really helpful. Having a couple of impact drivers was also helpful for all of the nuts (of which there are legion).

    The tarp is light weight, I would be surprised if it held up more than a couple seasons. The structure itself seems sturdy enough once everything is tightened up and staked down. Seems like it could use a little more triangulation since everything is made of basically horizontal and vertical pieces. We didn’t have one with us – but a laser line would go a long way towards helping you square up the unit. The included instructions for squaring it are fine – but kind of a joke since the thing is so floppy un-staked that nothing really stays where you put it. Ours was square-“ish”, and the cover went on and tightened down just fine. Perfect squaring seems like a mostly cosmetic issue.

    Ultimately, it is what it is – a temporary shelter of light quality that should survive a couple of seasons. Two handy people could probably make a cheaper, more sturdy, more attractive, more custom, more square, solution out of concrete piers, 2×4’s, plywood, and paint. That is what occurred to us when we were done.

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  3. DoneWrenching says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    My “No BS Review” of this SelterLogic Unit., January 5, 2017
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    From time of receiving it to completely up was a good 8 hours. This includes opening package and laying out and separating all content, assembly, mostly myself and wife helped for about 2 hours as needed. I mounted on a 20′ x 12′ concrete pad next to my work shop for storage and bolting down every support with concrete bolts. I took the time to measure every support and mount to make sure it was square and tight. Front and back panels have pockets in the bottom which I slid in aluminum tubing which is a great help to keep the end panels more secure in the wind and makes rolling up and securing the zippered door very easy and tight using the included bungee cords.
    No matter how well you tighten up everything you are going to have sagging panels on top which will hold snow. When snow is light and the wind is blowing it will shake it off no problem. When snow is wet and heavy I got out there and pushed up from the inside to slide it off and with a little sun it was in good shape. So far it is keeping everything dry I have in it but I do elevate anything off the concrete that I don’t
    want to get wet if any water flows through but most just runs through in the relief joints in the concrete pad. Shipping and price was very good using Prime. Box was a little banged up but no real damage or loss of parts. Only defect was the printing of the ShelterLogic name on one side- it was not level but slanted down about 2″ from left to right but it worked out facing the back side of my yard towards the woods where no one would notice or else I would have requested a new cover from the company if I had to look at it all the time. Anyone saying they can have it up in 1-2 hours, more power to them. I’m just telling you what it took me to do it as I did. I am happy with it but if I wanted a more secure storage unit especially in a heavy snow and wind area I think I would go with one of the rounded supported roofs and a heavier material and a higher quality and price unit. Hope my “No BS Review” helps anyone interested in this unit. I feel it will serve the purpose I was looking for.
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