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  DSCN1806.JPG - I just wanted to send a quick note with a few pictures from our most recent blind build.  It was our best yet, with a solid anchoring system and a completely pre-fabbed shack, we had the building from truck bed to installed in under five hours. The building has an Ondura roof, plexiglass window sliders in vinyl lattice end cap tracking (lockable with barrel locks).   To anchor, we utilized a 31" mobile home double-auger anchor, centered under the building, with 1/4" wire rope tied into each EZ-Bracket, tightened with a heavy duty turnbuckle.  You should consider selling a similar center anchoring kit.   For added stability, we toe-nailed 5' lengths of 3/4" rebar through each leg tip. The exterior was constructed with Smartside exterior paneling. Apologies for the muddy appearance.  I'll send some nicer pictures once the leaves are off, and the mud has washed away.  It was quite a haul, bringing the pre-fabbed walls in, through 1/4 mile of swamp.  She's now positioned ten yards into an inside corner on our best food plot, and we couldn't have done it without E-Z Bracket. All the best, Fran K.  
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 I just wanted to send a quick note with a few pictures from our most recent blind build. It was our best yet, with a solid anchoring system and a completely pre-fabbed shack, we had the building from truck bed to installed in under five hours. The building has an Ondura roof, plexiglass window sliders in vinyl lattice end cap tracking (lockable with barrel locks). To anchor, we utilized a 31" mobile home double-auger anchor, centered under the building, with 1/4" wire rope tied into each EZ-Bracket, tightened with a heavy duty turnbuckle. You should consider selling a similar center anchoring kit. For added stability, we toe-nailed 5' lengths of 3/4" rebar through each leg tip. The exterior was constructed with Smartside exterior paneling. Apologies for the muddy appearance. I'll send some nicer pictures once the leaves are off, and the mud has washed away. It was quite a haul, bringing the pre-fabbed walls in, through 1/4 mile of swamp. She's now positioned ten yards into an inside corner on our best food plot, and we couldn't have done it without E-Z Bracket. All the best, Fran K. | DSCN1806 Download
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