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Smoking Shelter/Bus Stop

Shelters feature rugged welded
steel construction for strength and
durability. Side panels are
constructed of clear tempered
glass. The top is made from clear
polycarbonate sheet. Mounting
plates include concrete lags for
installation. Ships knock down, assembly required.

The Smoking Shelter and Bus Stop features rugged welded steel construction for strength and durability.
The Smoking Shelter and Bus Stop Side mounting plates include concrete lags for installation.
The Smoking Shelter and Bus Stop Side panels are constructed of clear tempered glass and the top is made from a clear polycarbonate sheet.

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Smoking Shelter/Bus Stop Prices
Model No.
Usable Size (W x D x H)
Overall Size (W x D x H)
Net Weight
Price
69 3/4" x 37 1/2" x 77"
77" x 50" x 84"
490 lbs
$2,976.25
1 Anchor Bolts for Concrete 3/8" x 3"
1 lbs
$7.50
4 Anchor Bolts for Concrete 3/8" x 3"
4 lbs
$16.50

Assembly Instructions for the Smoking Shed
Front View of Fully Assembled Smoking Shed or Bus Stop
smoking shelter bus stop hardware
Number Description Quantity
1 Roof Assembly 1
2 Right Side Assembly* 1
3 Left Side Assembly* 1
4 Vertical Support 1
5 Horizontal Support 4
6 Plastic Panel 2
7 Single-Sided Panel Brackets 2
8 Double-Sided Panel Bracket 1
9 Panel Top Bracket 2
10 5/16 x 2-1/4 inch Roof Fastening Bolt 5
11 5/16 inch Nylock Nut 5
12 #12 x 7/8 inch LG Tek Screw 29
13 #12 x 1-1/4 inch LG Tek Screw 6
14 Rubber-backed washer 6
15 Flat Washer 6
*Note: The side assemblies are named "left" and
"right" from the perspective of a person standing
in front of the shelter.
Step 1: Assemble the supporting framework for the plastic panels.
Step 1: Assemble the supporting framework for the plastic panels.
Step 2: Attach the supporting framework to each of the side assemblies.
Step 2: Attach the supporting framework to each of the side assemblies.
Step 3: Attach the roof assembly.
a) Each side of the roof
     assembly includes
     bracket holes. Notice
     that the rear bracket
     hole is positioned
     close to an end, while
     the front bracket hole
     is inset ~8-10 inches
     from the front edge
     of the roof.
b) Set the roof
      assembly into
      the roof brackets.
c) Fasten the roof
     assembly to each
     roof bracket with a
     2-1/4 inch bolt.
     Tighten a nylock nut
     onto each bolt.
Step 3: Attach the roof assembly.
Step 4: Attach double-sided bracket to the vertical support. a) Drill holes in the center portion of the double-sided
   bracket. Drill a hole approximately 1 inch from each
   end. Drill 5 more holes evenly spaced between the
   top and bottom holes. Clamp the bracket to the
   vertical support so that the top of the bracket aligns
   with the dotted line shown in photo a (approx. 1-1/4
   inch from the top of the horizontal support). Drill
   holes in the vertical support that match the holes
   you just drilled in the bracket. Start a #12 x 7/8 inch
   LG Tek Screw in the top hole of the double-sided
   bracket. Match the end of the screw with the top
   hole in the vertical support.
b) Place a #12 x 7/8 inch LG Tek Screw in each of the    remaining holes.
Step 4: Attach double-sided bracket to the vertical support.
Note: Installing the plastic panels may require some
looseness in the connection between the vertical
support and the double-sided bracket.
Step 5: Install the plastic panels.
Step 5: Install the plastic panels.
Step 6: Repeat Step 5 a through g with the other panel. a & b) Slide a plastic panel into the right side
   of the double-sided bracket. Notice that
   each panel is covered by a thin sheet of
   plastic. The protective covering will
   indicate which side of a panel is the
   exterior. Remove the plastic covering from
   both sides of each panel. Insert the panel
   into the bracket with the exterior side
   facing outwards. Line up the top of the
   panel with the dashed white line shown in
   photo b.
c) Slide a single-sided panel bracket onto the
   free end of the panel. Align the top of the
   bracket with the bottom of the horizontal
   support (dotted line).
d) Tap the single-sided panel bracket onto the
   panel to ensure a secure connection. Clamp
   the bracket to the side assembly. Drill a
   hole at each end of the bracket and inset
   them approximately 1 inch. Drill through
   the bracket and into the side assembly.
e) Fasten the bracket to the side assembly
   using #12 x 7/8 inch Tek screws.
f) Connect the bottom of the panel to the
   horizontal support. Drill 3 evenly-spaced
   holes through each of the panels and into
   the horizontal support behind it. Wind a    rubber-backed washer onto a 3/4 inch #10    Tek screw, and then slide a flat washer onto
   the screw, and then fasten the panel to the
   horizontal support.
g) Slide the top bracket over the top of
   the panel.
Step 6: Repeat Step 5 a through g with the other panel. If you had to loosen the screws holding the double-sided bracket to the vertical support (Step 4), retighten the connections.
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