ShelterLogic 10 x 20- Feet New Auto Shelter,Tan

July 25, 2013 - Comment

New 10X20 Auto ShelterMeasuring 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 1 3/8-inch all-steel frame with a DuPont powder-coat finish designed to resist chipping, peeling, rust, and corrosion. The

New 10X20 Auto ShelterMeasuring 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 1 3/8-inch all-steel frame with a DuPont powder-coat finish designed to resist chipping, peeling, rust, and corrosion. The five-rib, 5-foot spacing design delivers optimal strength, portability, and ease of installation. Patented ShelterLock stabilizers further increase the shelter’s toughness.

The triple-layer, ripstop polyethylene cover features an enhanced weave and is 100 percent waterproof. It’s UV-treated inside and out, and it includes fade blockers and anti-aging and anti-yellowing agents. The cover is designed for a drum-tight fit.

The total weight of the product is 134.6 pounds.

Manufacturer’s Warranty
The cover fabric, end panels, and framework are covered by a limited one-year warranty against defects in workmanship.

About ShelterLogic
ShelterLogic has a unique history of strategically partnering with customers to meet and exceed their unique outdoor product requirements. Driving innovation since 1991, ShelterLogic is evolving into a leader in design, manufacturing, and distribution of high-quality outdoor products. Headquartered in Watertown, Connecticut, ShelterLogic owns and operates manufacturing in the United States and China.

Product Features

  • New and Improved, North America¿s #1 Instant Garage® delivers mproved, stability
  • 1-3/8″ All steel frame with Dupont thermoset baked-on, powder coat finish will not chip, peel, rust or corrode.
  • Triple-layer, ripstop fabric is 100% waterproof. Enhanced weave polyethylene cover, UV treated inside and out.
  • Easy Slide Cross Rail system locks down and squares up frame. Bolt together hardware at every roof joint connection.
  • Custom features, Great for Autos, Motorcycles, ATVs, Trailers, Lawn/Garden, Tractors, Snowmobiles, Bulk Storage
  • 5 rib / 5ft spacing design delivers ultimate strength, ease of installation, portability and best in category value.
  • Patent Pending ShelterLock stabilizers ensure rock solid stability. Delivers a stable, more durable shelter.

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Teknobenji "Teknobenji" says:

KNOW what you are buying, reviewers If this took 6 people 6 hours to put together then none of them should use hand tools, ever. As per other reviews you do assemble the frame and them unscrew several parts to put the canopy on = just read the instruction s FIRST so you understand why. 1 day after assmbly it stood up to high winds and rain without a problem – if you are expecting a permanent structure than you don’t buy something with soft sides. Go to there website, download the manual and KNOW what you are buying.

R. Hall "consumer" says:

New Design not even close to old design. The new design of the 10 x 20 auto shelter is very much worse then the old design. The new design is harder to put up and takes longer to put up. the interior space is a lot less and it isn’t even sturdy. The smallest wind moves it around like a shaken doll. The old design had 4 legs on a side, the new design has 5 legs on a side, this makes opening a car door more likely to hit the 1 1/4 steel tubes. The corner floor Mounts stick a foot from each side into the opening making the 10 ft opening only 8 ft. and lastly, it is tapered so you have to bend over to walk around the car in order to exit the auto shelter. The picture they show does not show the taper on the sides. I had one of the older designs and I was very happy with it. This new design isn’t worth the price or effort.

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