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Discussion in 'D.I.Y.' started by troy75, Sep 15, 2015.
Here's what it looks like now after the
Man that sucker is well insulated. The smell of the cedars is worth that, cedar will keep the smell down. What is your total investment in that
Only thing missing is a sleeping cot.
3 hog panels $60
Square tubing $15
I'm currently building a another blind, I'm putting removable wheels so I can pull around with ATV and pull the wheel pins and it drops to the ground.. Here's a few pics so far
Here is a pic of the trailer hitch
Here is pic of back windows, they will have magnetic curtains for complete darkness and silent while opening..
I would put it on a trail or that way it be mobile and can move it whenever needed
Trailer will be your best bet - Get that thing on some wheels!
After reading this entire thread and following closely, I have decided to try and make something similar. I am having a lot of trouble trying to find the wire mesh that you have as your base for the structure - so I ask - if I use a wire mesh that is finer - with smaller openings - like the 1x1 wire mesh seen here www.bwire.com -
Is that something that you think may be able to work as the main structure under everything else? You have used much larger openings - but I am not sure what the pros and cons of this would be.
That cattle or hog panel is available at any farm supply store such as Tractor Supply or Rural King.
^^^what he said.. usually they have some panels that may be bent up and can get for like half price.. these blinds are awesome, I'm actually considering building another and put on stilts..
thats good as it gets right there
How did you attach the tarp to the panels? Zipties?
Do you know the dimensions on the panels? Did you use the 6'x16' ?
I used hog rings from rulel king.put the end caps on first then cover.. pull under the frame and hog ring to the panel..
The panel size was 52" by 16ft.. I welded the two together to make it 104" by 16ft