Hub blind fix

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  1. oldnotdead

    oldnotdead Weekend Warrior

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    I tried a cheap hub blind I got with points. The material is garbage . Rips, leaks ect,ect. So bought more 600D material like I used for sit drag mod. Got it at a cheaper price 6.50 a yard and made a rain cap for the blind. No sew using gorilla tape as seam binder and left over craft ribbon for tie downs. Made it fit by folding and taping corners.
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    oldnotdead Weekend Warrior

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    IMG_20190416_142108.jpg IMG_20190416_142307.jpg IMG_20190416_142300.jpg Well I took it out,tied it down,added the rubber mat,chair, sprayed Sawyers, and brushed it in. I'm set for May1 turkey.

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    oldnotdead Weekend Warrior

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    Update..high winds and a few roaring storms,not a drop of rain on chair or mats.
     
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    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    That is a great idea I have some old blinds I may try this with. I usually just line the inside with landscape fabric but I think this a great idea
     
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    Maybe I need to pony up the cash or go this route. My newer blinds aren't even water tight. Well done.
     
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