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Keeping treestand dry and secure in truck bed.

Old 10-08-2009, 10:40 AM
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Originally Posted by iSnipe
Looks good and looks like it'll work.

Now all you have to do is make a bracket under the rear of your pickup for your spare tire.

Oh, and by the way, since my last post and your reply to it,...

... from the 28th to the 30th is not a measly 24hrs.

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Thanks for compliment , Ill take the tire advice under advisement,although its been back there for years, ever since the tire cable broke, kinda its home at this point. That said ,I dont know about your computer, but mine says the 1 st post on the thread was the 29th, not the 28th. and your reply was a little later on the next day so.......... anyway thanks again

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Old 10-08-2009, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by DeerandbearhoG
I dont know about your computer, but mine says the 1 st post on the thread was the 29th, not the 28th. and your reply was a little later on the next day...
That's ok, your hardware isn't as big as my hardware, thus insufficiency is what you'll have to work with.

I once had a spare tire under the back end of one of my pickups. Got a flat tire out in the woods and was upset, then was happy I remembered I even had a spare tire. My elation quickly went to the wayside when I couldn't unlock the lock due to corrosion. I had to use the jack to pry the tire off until the supporting cable broke. LOL!

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Old 10-08-2009, 11:14 AM
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deer dude

they make a product called ducks back, you spray the fabric, and in this case i would put many many coats on, and it resist water. maybe just a towel to totally dry it off when you arrive. gl
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