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DIY Duck Blind On A Boat



When Jesse asked for my assistance, I was thinking that this project would be a little more difficult. After looking at a few items at the hardware store, I realized that this was not only a simple project but it would be a fairly quick build as well.

Here is a list of the products that we used on this build.
2- 1/4”x 2” wire lock pin
8- 1/2” set screw couplings for conduit
6- 10’x 1/2” conduit
1- 1 1/2” x 12” Plat Stl- Perf Tube (14GA)
8- #14 x 1” Metal Screw (Hex Washer Slotted)
4- 2” x 1/4” Hex Bolt
8- 1/4″ washers
4- 1/4” lock Nut

Wire lock pin

Set Screw Coupling

#14 1” metal screw

2” hex bolt

1/4″ washers

1/4” lock Nut

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  1. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else is searching for design boat plans try Joolaim Rudder Replication (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my m8 got great success with it.

  2. Ive looked everywhere for a cheap solution to a common problem, and I think I have found it. Definitely going to give it a big Arkansas try and see how she works.

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