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Hunting rack swivel shooting chairs #7772951 03/15/20 05:10 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: Hunting rack swivel shooting chairs [Re: LastShotLuke] #7789424 03/30/20 12:11 AM
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We used the correct rim size and mount post with a seat on top. Removed the seats and stands when not hunting and used them as stools around the fire pit. Used 2 lug nuts to hold them n place.


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Re: Hunting rack swivel shooting chairs [Re: dogcatcher] #7792740 04/01/20 11:30 PM
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Thanks. Sounds like a solid, simple plan.

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