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#5416153 - 11/12/14 02:58 PM Duck blind question
GRR80 Offline


Registered: 02/11/09
Posts: 286
Loc: Working on "ive been everywher...
if I take 2 4x8 pallets and stack concrete blocks underneath them will it work well? Has anyone done this with success?
In the water that is


Edited by GRR80 (11/12/14 02:59 PM)
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#5416348 - 11/12/14 04:16 PM Re: Duck blind question [Re: GRR80]
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Whats the base on the tank...muddy and soft one side will more then likely sink and make it lop sided. Try a piece of ply wood then the blocks it'll stay more balanced

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#5416946 - 11/12/14 08:49 PM Re: Duck blind question [Re: GRR80]
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Water level fluctuates a lot! If it gets underwater you want chicken wire nailed to top of pallets! Cause they will get slick as SNOT!!!
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