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#3220224 - 05/12/12 09:13 AM Camo Ext. Deer stand panels?
NewJeep Offline
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Anyone know where I can get either sheet metal, aluminum, or vinyl sheets for a deer stand? Prefer big sheets!

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#3220233 - 05/12/12 09:21 AM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: NewJeep]
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Mueller Buildings lists R-panel or U-panel in Mossy Oak Bottomland Camouflage. If not in stock they will order it.

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#3220637 - 05/12/12 02:44 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: my2071111]
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I suggest camo fiberglass corrugated sheets. Sutherlands in Alice has them. I know that doesn't help you much, but something to look for. I use them for blinds on a PVC frame and they work very well. Cutting them can be a pain though.


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#3220662 - 05/12/12 03:06 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: Spence]
Novemberyet Offline
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To cut them just turn your old woo blades around on your circular saw and let her rip.....

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#3220851 - 05/12/12 06:01 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: Spence]
NewJeep Offline
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Originally Posted By: Spence
I suggest camo fiberglass corrugated sheets. Sutherlands in Alice has them. I know that doesn't help you much, but something to look for. I use them for blinds on a PVC frame and they work very well. Cutting them can be a pain though.



What are the dimensions and how much $$

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#3220867 - 05/12/12 06:07 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: my2071111]
NewJeep Offline
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Originally Posted By: my2071111
Mueller Buildings lists R-panel or U-panel in Mossy Oak Bottomland Camouflage. If not in stock they will order it.


Where did you find that at?

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#3220931 - 05/12/12 07:15 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: NewJeep]
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Originally Posted By: NewJeep
Originally Posted By: my2071111
Mueller Buildings lists R-panel or U-panel in Mossy Oak Bottomland Camouflage. If not in stock they will order it.


Where did you find that at?


I have a Sweetwater Steel Co. catalog. Sweetwater Steel is owned by David and Steve Mueller.
Ok did some research and the Muellers sold Mueller Metal Buildings. Still may be worth a try to order from them.

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#3222455 - 05/13/12 08:46 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: my2071111]
NewJeep Offline
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Next time I am out near Weatherford I will run by Mueller and check with them. I might just go with a Powder coated sheet from Smileys racing or the 1/4 sheets from monarch and have it wrapped.

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#3222458 - 05/13/12 08:47 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: NewJeep]
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#3223475 - 05/14/12 11:35 AM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: NewJeep]
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The sheets at monarch are vinyl. If you are thinking of wrapping them just go with wood and wrap it or buy the plywood with the camo already on it. I believe lowes and home depot sale it.


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#3223811 - 05/14/12 02:36 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: ccrock]
NewJeep Offline
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I am wanting to keep weight and maintence down! Something that will never rot

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#3225577 - 05/15/12 10:15 AM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: NewJeep]
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look into PVC sheeting. we normally just buy the black sheeting and use self tapping screws to fasten to blind or rivets. Not that much more expensive than plywood.

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#3226924 - 05/15/12 07:51 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: huntnguide83]
NewJeep Offline
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Got any pics how it turned out?

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#3226943 - 05/15/12 07:58 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: NewJeep]
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Originally Posted By: NewJeep
I am wanting to keep weight and maintence down! Something that will never rot


Be careful with the vinyl stuff. I have seen the weather be rough on them. You might even look into aluminum or tin sheets.


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#3227126 - 05/15/12 09:18 PM Re: Camo Ext. Deer stand panels? [Re: ccrock]
NewJeep Offline
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Yeah I called on 24 gauge sheet metal and I can get it for $16.00 a sheet. The PVC is $34 a sheet but that is in beige.

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