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Rubbermaid Big Max Ultra™ Outdoor Storage Shed
 

Big Max Ultra™ - DISCONTINUED

  

We're sorry but this version of the product was discontinued in May 2013. We've kept the page available as a reference in case you need it.

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  • Storage Capacity: 467 cubic feet
  • Inside Dimensions: 6'9"w x 10'2"d x 7'6"h
  • Durable: leak-resistant, dent-resistant, weather-resistant
  • Maintenance Free: no rot, no rust, no problems
  • Easy to assemble
  • Includes heavy duty, impact resistant floor
  • Includes a back door for easy access to items stored in the back of the building
  • Review state and local building codes prior to assembly
  • Lockable doors - Secure your belongings
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Big Max Ultra®
Big Max Ultra® : (#3719)
Size: Outside Dimensions: 7'W x 10' 6"D x 7' 11" H
 
Available Colors
Sandalwood/Winter Fog
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Big Max Ultra™ - DISCONTINUED is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big Max original Thank you Rubbermaid for such a wonderful shed. My original Big Max withstood 4 hurricanes in the Orlando area since Charlie and now Irma. Each time was put back together with ease but now lacking the parts must be recycled.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable and Easily installed Owned the Big Max Ultra for over 5 years. I have the 7 x 11 with dble doors on both sides of the storage. The roof has 2 small sky lights. We moved and had to take it apart. When my husband tossed the roof part off he accidently broke the sky light. We know this model is discontinued and are in need of the replacment sky light. How can we get this replacement? We love this storage and its definatley worth the money it still looks new aside from the broken sky light.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Where do you find parts After 4 years my door handle broke I have no idea where to find one.( had to Mickey Mouse it with a garage door handle) :-( it needs whole mechanism.
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Warped roof panels Just like plastic bowls & lids, they tend to bend or warp. There are 6 panels on the roof and they've all warped. I can't get the panels to connect to walls like they're supposed to. I've had to put a large tarp around the shed so that water doesn't get in the shed.
Date published: 2012-11-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from needs improvement My first shed was a self built and design,second was metal with braces,both time consuming. The third was a resin by another manufacturer,went up slick..one woman ,4 hrs for floor, walls ,then assembled all roofing supports. Had another woman help me for 2 hrs to lift and place roofing.done and beautiful. This rubbermaid shed I had tremendous difficulties with ,finally realized the rail that the walls went into were not cut through ..after hrs of cutting then getting walls in found the very insignifacant lip that locked walls together was a pain.Also found the instructions were vague,no scale for screws ,screws not individually packaged and marked as well one bag of YY missing?? and what size or length is YY ?? After 8 hrs we still have to put the roof on.Will look great but cost me 300 more than the other brand that had gables and a row of skylights as well as nice windows on all 3 doors.
Date published: 2012-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have 9 various Rubbermaid sheds I have 4 differnt styles and 9 Rubbermaid sheds total. I use some for chickens and goats. So I am pretty good at putting them together. I have an 8 x 10 and I recommend putting it together when it is 80 degrees or better out so the plastic is softer, especially for the roof panels. The roof panels need to be horizontal when fitting them in the center metal peak bar. A little tapping with a piece of 2 x 4 wood may help especially if you are putting it together by yourself like I did. A 6 foot ladder is a must. I make platforms out of 4 x 4 or 4 x 6's and plywood, all treated wood. I have to say that it can be a one woman job to put this shed together.
Date published: 2012-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Planning and Leveling paid off I live in a very hilly part of the country. Pittsburgh. Step 1 of the instructions state to level a foundation. THANK YOU to everyone who wrote a review about spending the time to level the foundation. In my yard, I had to dig 3 1/2 ft down in the back and still had to raise the front 6 inches to level the ground. I did this the old fashion way with a shovel. It took a whole weekend to level a 12 x 9 area to put a retaining and foundation. It took another whole weekend to build a retaining wall and lay a paver foundation. That is a lot of time invested into a project before you even take the shed out of the box. Let me tell you, the prep time was worth it. I started to assemble the shed by myself at 11am (wife was watching the kids so they didn't bug me), and I was able to finish before 4pm. I did everything in the project myself except I did use my wife's help on the roof. Rubbermaid needs to improve the design for easier assembly of the roof. I had no issue with walls coming together or the roof attaching to the sides. Everything lined up perfectly. The time it took to put everything together was much quicker than I thought. The shed has been up for two weeks and it has worked great. It has rained heavy a couple of times and I have had no leaks. I saw a couple of good comments about using silicon on the joints to create a better seal; but, I haven't needed to use anything yet because I haven't had any water problems. I am very pleased with the space at 10x7, I am happy I didn't go with the 7x7 model. I would recommend this product. I look forward to the maintenance benefit of no painting or rusting.
Date published: 2012-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from doable for newbs, but roof is a challenge Good points: -- has a solid feel once constructed -- walls are easy to assemble -- instructions are pretty good (follow them word for word!) Bad points: -- unforgiving when built on an uneven surface -- roof required lubrication and finessing -- Had one roof panel that was very hard to install -- acrylic windows were hard to peel -- parts are not packed in assembly order Other observations: -- took two newbs about 5 hours to assemble -- we built our shed with the optional beams (make sure the beams aren't warped!) -- rubber mallet is pretty much a must -- used surfing wax to lubricate; it worked very well
Date published: 2012-09-01
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Big Max Ultra™ - DISCONTINUED is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big Max original Thank you Rubbermaid for such a wonderful shed. My original Big Max withstood 4 hurricanes in the Orlando area since Charlie and now Irma. Each time was put back together with ease but now lacking the parts must be recycled.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable and Easily installed Owned the Big Max Ultra for over 5 years. I have the 7 x 11 with dble doors on both sides of the storage. The roof has 2 small sky lights. We moved and had to take it apart. When my husband tossed the roof part off he accidently broke the sky light. We know this model is discontinued and are in need of the replacment sky light. How can we get this replacement? We love this storage and its definatley worth the money it still looks new aside from the broken sky light.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Where do you find parts After 4 years my door handle broke I have no idea where to find one.( had to Mickey Mouse it with a garage door handle) :-( it needs whole mechanism.
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Warped roof panels Just like plastic bowls & lids, they tend to bend or warp. There are 6 panels on the roof and they've all warped. I can't get the panels to connect to walls like they're supposed to. I've had to put a large tarp around the shed so that water doesn't get in the shed.
Date published: 2012-11-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from needs improvement My first shed was a self built and design,second was metal with braces,both time consuming. The third was a resin by another manufacturer,went up slick..one woman ,4 hrs for floor, walls ,then assembled all roofing supports. Had another woman help me for 2 hrs to lift and place roofing.done and beautiful. This rubbermaid shed I had tremendous difficulties with ,finally realized the rail that the walls went into were not cut through ..after hrs of cutting then getting walls in found the very insignifacant lip that locked walls together was a pain.Also found the instructions were vague,no scale for screws ,screws not individually packaged and marked as well one bag of YY missing?? and what size or length is YY ?? After 8 hrs we still have to put the roof on.Will look great but cost me 300 more than the other brand that had gables and a row of skylights as well as nice windows on all 3 doors.
Date published: 2012-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have 9 various Rubbermaid sheds I have 4 differnt styles and 9 Rubbermaid sheds total. I use some for chickens and goats. So I am pretty good at putting them together. I have an 8 x 10 and I recommend putting it together when it is 80 degrees or better out so the plastic is softer, especially for the roof panels. The roof panels need to be horizontal when fitting them in the center metal peak bar. A little tapping with a piece of 2 x 4 wood may help especially if you are putting it together by yourself like I did. A 6 foot ladder is a must. I make platforms out of 4 x 4 or 4 x 6's and plywood, all treated wood. I have to say that it can be a one woman job to put this shed together.
Date published: 2012-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Planning and Leveling paid off I live in a very hilly part of the country. Pittsburgh. Step 1 of the instructions state to level a foundation. THANK YOU to everyone who wrote a review about spending the time to level the foundation. In my yard, I had to dig 3 1/2 ft down in the back and still had to raise the front 6 inches to level the ground. I did this the old fashion way with a shovel. It took a whole weekend to level a 12 x 9 area to put a retaining and foundation. It took another whole weekend to build a retaining wall and lay a paver foundation. That is a lot of time invested into a project before you even take the shed out of the box. Let me tell you, the prep time was worth it. I started to assemble the shed by myself at 11am (wife was watching the kids so they didn't bug me), and I was able to finish before 4pm. I did everything in the project myself except I did use my wife's help on the roof. Rubbermaid needs to improve the design for easier assembly of the roof. I had no issue with walls coming together or the roof attaching to the sides. Everything lined up perfectly. The time it took to put everything together was much quicker than I thought. The shed has been up for two weeks and it has worked great. It has rained heavy a couple of times and I have had no leaks. I saw a couple of good comments about using silicon on the joints to create a better seal; but, I haven't needed to use anything yet because I haven't had any water problems. I am very pleased with the space at 10x7, I am happy I didn't go with the 7x7 model. I would recommend this product. I look forward to the maintenance benefit of no painting or rusting.
Date published: 2012-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from doable for newbs, but roof is a challenge Good points: -- has a solid feel once constructed -- walls are easy to assemble -- instructions are pretty good (follow them word for word!) Bad points: -- unforgiving when built on an uneven surface -- roof required lubrication and finessing -- Had one roof panel that was very hard to install -- acrylic windows were hard to peel -- parts are not packed in assembly order Other observations: -- took two newbs about 5 hours to assemble -- we built our shed with the optional beams (make sure the beams aren't warped!) -- rubber mallet is pretty much a must -- used surfing wax to lubricate; it worked very well
Date published: 2012-09-01
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