With the front and back trusses up, we only had the middle cabin trusses to put up. The back of the cabin had a loft floor and the front we built a temporary floor to help with the cabin truss installation. The middle section had neither. We had two walkways we used to get to the front of the cabin, so we put one on either side. I then dragged one side of the truss into position, then dragged the other side over.
With each end roughly at the right position, I moved one of the walkways to the middle so I could lift the truss from the middle.
Dragging the Cabin Trusses into Position
Once in place, Sharon held it in place while I dragged the walkway back to the side, adjusted the truss then screwed it down and braced it.
I could then run to Sharon’s side and screw it down and brace it. Fortunately they got easier as we got closed to the cabin loft. Once the final truss was in place, we could build the loft walls. We had left them until now so we had room for the trusses on the loft.