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Best umbrella or shade option for tripod stand? #5955599 10/01/15 05:02 AM
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Looking for some way to get some shade on the stand. Anybody got any ideas? I've seen umbrellas designed for tree stands that hug the tree, but I'm looking for something that will attach to a tripod stand.

Re: Best umbrella or shade option for tripod stand? [Re: GunsUpHunter] #5956873 10/02/15 01:13 AM
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I would love an option on this too

Re: Best umbrella or shade option for tripod stand? [Re: GunsUpHunter] #5967996 10/08/15 09:15 PM
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Anybody??

Re: Best umbrella or shade option for tripod stand? [Re: GunsUpHunter] #5968008 10/08/15 09:25 PM
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3/4" galvanized pipe going up with a 90 and 2 feet goin out over your head, cover with camo burlap that you can easily put up and take down so the wind doesn't destroy it to fast.


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Re: Best umbrella or shade option for tripod stand? [Re: GunsUpHunter] #5968229 10/08/15 11:29 PM
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a couple of sticks of conduit bent into
"u"s and sew a simple sunshade to mount
like an old tractor sunshade or similar
to a boat top. with a little engineering
you could fix some brackets for it to fold
back, or just clamp it on with radiator
hose clamps.

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