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Our version of a duck rack #6967024
11/20/17 08:46 PM
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My buddy and I decided to build us a rack to haul our gear and dogs in to our hunting spots. We knocked it out in a couple evenings and have less than $100 in it. Only thing left to do is throw some paint on it our powdercoat it.



Re: Our version of a duck rack [Re: DeerTamales] #6967102
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Very nice! We built our own a frames instead of buying Avian X or Tanglefree and saved some big $$$. All the materials, down to the zip ties, for 24' worth of a-frames and end panels cost us about $400 and took us 5 hours to make them.


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