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So first off I hope everyone is having a good season so far... bout my buddies duck boat about a week ago. He had a blind on it already but it requires you to tie up the sides ( not thrilled about that) so to rectify this situation I decided to put legs on the frame problem is I keep striking out on how to do this in the least inexpensive way. I was wanting them to just pivot on an axis that would allow easy stowing for travel but at this point I'm pretty much open to anything. Thanks ahead of time for the ideas
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You should really post pictures of the blind ( inside and out) and maybe even take some mock up pictures of what you are wanting to accomplish..
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You can buy straps and buckles at Walmart. Here's a link to what I modeled mine after. http://www.mudmotortalk.com/mmt_v2/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3347
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You tie lines from the blinds rail to the gunnels to fix the height, then you use two bungees for and aft to hold the rails open. c'mon give me a hard one.
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