carolinagreenhead wrote:Check the links in my signature. The bottom link is a scissor blind I built last year for my 1232. See if it helps you.
wood duck wacker wrote:Is the conduit really easy to bend? How else could you connect the pieces if you had too? I think i am going to go with the scissors blind that pops up. any more advice on how to make it successful?
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wood duck wacker wrote:so whats the best way to reinforce the conduit? it only comes in about 10 feet i believe will i have to connect the two pieces? wont it be flimsy in where it's connected?
gcs wrote:Use a section of 1/2" conduit inside, maybe 30" or so, and bolt through.
You can also rent a conduit bender from Home depot, or... if you grease the guys there they may bend them for you when you buy the conduit.
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wood duck wacker wrote:So when my frame is complete and i am ready to attach my fast grass what should i attach it too? anyone have any ideas or things that have worked for you? I don't need a wind protector or waterproofing just some sort of net??? Do you wrap it so its tight around the frame or let it lay loose? I know you use zip ties but i need to know what works best to zip tie it too. Thanks
reconner wrote:A quick thought about bending conduit - The rental center near me charges $6 per day to rent a 0.75" bender
deltacottonboy12 wrote:reconner wrote:A quick thought about bending conduit - The rental center near me charges $6 per day to rent a 0.75" bender
Perfect. Best way to go.. Make sure you have some practice pieces. Bending is easy but you need a little practice. There is a lot of information on Google about measuring and bending metal.. Check it out.
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