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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 12-19-2008, 05:07 AM
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wondering if anyone has tried this and how long you think it will last in the weather. Getting ready to have to put my buke outside due to rebuilding my garage and it going to take awhile to tear down and rebuild. Wondering if worth getting.
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And it has a trike model.
Yes but no floor.
tried ordering trike model last year .they said not being make as yet .
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How much is rent for one of those store it yourself units in your area? Kit

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It varies but very close $..5x5=39.00 10x10=86.00 10x15=146.00 per month ...1st. month rent 1.00 with roll-up door
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I will be storing mine in a rented storage unit. I found a few that are insulated and heated. For a few extra bucks I could get AC power to boot. Talked the lady, she said I could even wrench on it provided I dont make a mess. Sure beats trying to ride the wing into my living room



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I've had a Bike Barn for six years and has kept my gike dry theough wind storms, water storms and snow storms. Same cover still working just fine. These things seem to be incredibly stable regardless of weather.
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Sunrise yamaha has them in Searcy Ar if you anyone near enough wants to see them


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Just curious has anybody bought or tried one of these Rideinn units.I can't get at bike to measure.talked to folks that have them and love them,but using them for a goldwing.
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I just came across this old post of mine & I though I would pass on another product that is cheaper & has a full floor to boot and it takes no toolls to set up. I have put a hint out for 1 for my B-day in April. http://www.cycleshelter.com/products.php Hope this is a help to some of you all that are in the same boat as I with no place undercover to store our babies.


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So were's the trike model? I have a Hannigan and didn't see a model wide enough!
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