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Old 04-26-2011, 07:00 PM   #1
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8x12" shed to lift up


My shed is slowly sinking,i now have to put some more cement blocks at the corners.This to keep the animals from living underneath and air to dry out the wood built shed[floor too], i need a few pointers on how to do this with three roll around auto floor jacks. they are all 3 ton jacks so no problem there.

any help is good thanks for your time bob s


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