Arrow Shed FB5465 Floor Frame Kit

July 6, 2013 - Comment

The FB5465 floor frame kit from arrow fits 5 by 4-feet and 6 by 5-feet arrow buildings. Made of durable galvanized steel, this kit is perfect for a floor frame finish wood is not included. Assembly is easy. Steel tabs fold down and beams get inserted into the shed-feets frame. Once installed with a floor

The FB5465 floor frame kit from arrow fits 5 by 4-feet and 6 by 5-feet arrow buildings. Made of durable galvanized steel, this kit is perfect for a floor frame finish wood is not included. Assembly is easy. Steel tabs fold down and beams get inserted into the shed-feets frame. Once installed with a floor finish, the FB5465 will help keep your stored items from ground moisture.

Product Features

  • Assembles in minutes
  • Fits all arrow sheds size 5 by 4 or 6 by 5
  • Keeps stored items off the ground
  • Does not included floor materials (Use 5/8″ exterior-grade plywood)

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Carol Shenkenberger says:

What else you need I will update this when we get to actual installation (weather has me delayed until the snow is gone). I rated a 4 not because of any installation problem but because unless you know in advance, you won’t know to get 2×4’s and plywood to match the kit. You will need 8 2×4’s and 2 sheets of standard 8’x4′ 3/4 or more thick plywood. It may be possible to piece a single sheet for a 6’x5′ shed. Cut the bottom of the plywood so you have a 6’x4′ section then cut the leftover piece to a 1′ length and add that along the side then a square 1’x1′. There are standard flat metallic strips with screw holes you can use to affix the pieces for stability if done that way.Added note now that we have built the shed. We had a handyman assist in building the flooring and shed. He had not done this manufacturer before but working at a steady pace (with us handing him tools or holding parts for him as asked periodically) it took him 5 hours. I raised the review to a 5 because for it’s…

RON says:

SHED ITS OK AS THE INSTRUCTIONS NEED TO BE CLEARER AS SOME THINGS ARE MISSING ON HOW TO DO? I STILL CANNOT GET THE DOOR TO OPEN FREELY

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