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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-11-2011, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Just Finished 10' Tower and Stairs

Just Finished 10' Tower for 4' x 6' Blind with Propane Bottle Rack, Stairs with 3' x 3' Landing Platform and Handrails.



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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-11-2011, 02:06 PM
 
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looks great but HUGE, looks like you're going to need a Semi and flatbed trailer to haul it to where it will be setup.

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looks great but HUGE, looks like you're going to need a Semi and flatbed trailer to haul it to where it will be setup.
No the Stairs and landing hook and pin. It will fit on 16' utility trailer.

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Just gotta ask the question --

What the heck is the propane tank for? You planning on building a small house up there and the propane is for the heater?

BTW - Howdy neighbor! I'm just down the road from you in Lampasas County.

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i think i'd have an X, braces going the other way as well, but it looks good.
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I was going to comment then got all confused what hunting is all about. Comfort is in the eye of the builder, I guess. Lot of work though went into that stand. My buddy in the UP of Michigan has a lazyboy in his blind box so I can't say too much. I hope you don't post that you've installed a windshield wiper on the sliding windows just kidding!
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Just gotta ask the question --

What the heck is the propane tank for? You planning on building a small house up there and the propane is for the heater?

BTW - Howdy neighbor! I'm just down the road from you in Lampasas County.
It's not for me, but assume it's for a heater. Howdy back @ ya.

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I was going to comment then got all confused what hunting is all about. Comfort is in the eye of the builder, I guess. Lot of work though went into that stand. My buddy in the UP of Michigan has a lazyboy in his blind box so I can't say too much. I hope you don't post that you've installed a windshield wiper on the sliding windows just kidding!
It's not for me. I still hunt in a cold box with no windows. And ya a lot of work went into the stairs mainly.

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There have been times if I would have had a heater in the treestand I probably would have hunted longer. (just saying)

Stand looks good. Hope they are putting it in a permanent location.
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There have been times if I would have had a heater in the treestand I probably would have hunted longer. (just saying)

Stand looks good. Hope they are putting it in a permanent location.
The tower is not to heavy empty, but the stairs got to be a bit much for me after I put on expanded metal and handrails.

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