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High rack swivel shooting chairs #7772258 03/14/20 09:28 PM
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Thanks in advance for any advice or ideas. I bought this Tacoma about a month ago, and converted it into a predator hunting rig last weekend with the help of some friends that are very talented metal workers. We hammered this project out, rust removal, prep, primer, paint, clear coat; built, primed and painted the rack and installed these 5 lug tractor hubs on spindles, for future chair install. Does anyone have experience with mounting chairs on hubs that would be willing to give a brief explanation or share photos? My goal is to end up with shooting chairs with table / rests attached. Thanks again!! I am open to any suggestions.

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Re: High rack swivel shooting chairs [Re: LastShotLuke] #7772294 03/14/20 10:21 PM
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No help on the seats but that's a nice setup... up


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Thank you. I’m looking forward to hunting from it.

Re: High rack swivel shooting chairs [Re: LastShotLuke] #7772803 03/15/20 02:34 PM
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Oh, and I forgot... welcome


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Re: High rack swivel shooting chairs [Re: LastShotLuke] #7772848 03/15/20 03:17 PM
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Saw a similar one on the Brisco ranch in south Texas..


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Thank you!

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Nice. We are in West Texas - Midland. We do most of our hunting in Regan County.

Re: High rack swivel shooting chairs [Re: LastShotLuke] #7774113 03/16/20 07:18 PM
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Looks a whole lot like mine. Yours has a fancier paint job.

My seats sit on a pole/pedestal and then we just attach padded, fishing seats on a swivel to it. They swing effortlessly. Wish I had photos handy.

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Nice rig!


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Thank you!

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Thanks for the info. The paint job turned out good, and it was very easy to do. What I am gathering is that we will use tubing that will fit over the bearing assembly, with a plate at the bottom to match the bolt pattern of the hub. I'm not sure exactly how it will mount to the chair, itself, but getting the base figured out is the main concern. Thanks again!

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I am definitely considering fishing chairs

Re: High rack swivel shooting chairs [Re: LastShotLuke] #7775728 03/18/20 01:31 AM
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Originally Posted by LastShotLuke
I am definitely considering fishing chairs


Yeah, a marine pole seat flange is cheap, easy to obtain & leaves a flat deck when not in use. And gives you a wide variety of seats.

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Go to Ally and see Wade Chandler. If you have Facebook hit him up on Texas Predator Hunting he has chairs with tables.

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Originally Posted by Reloder28
Originally Posted by LastShotLuke
I am definitely considering fishing chairs


Yeah, a marine pole seat flange is cheap, easy to obtain & leaves a flat deck when not in use. And gives you a wide variety of seats.


Great idea. I know a buddy that built a gun rest for boat chairs. Comes out from the bottom of the chair goes forward and up at a 60 degree angle, then turns back in towards the knees/lap of the shooter. Has a plate to install a Reaper Grip, you can get steady as a rock on it.

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