4-Pk. of 2x4" Double Angle Steel Elevators®, Black

Item # WBCL2-294632

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4-Pk . of 2x4" Double Angle Steel Elevators® for sturdy do-it-yourself hunting construction. BIG BUCKS OFF !

No guesswork! This set of 4 Steel Elevators® are metal plates built with an 8-degree compound angle. This simple design ensures rock-steady stability and safety when elevating a shooting platform with 2 x 4" posts.

It's a great solution for a raised pop-up blind, creating an elevated hunting deck, a solid platform up to 6'h. and even a secure shooting bench. You supply your own wood for the main structure and the bracing. Plans available online.

Steel plates have rust-resistant coating and are pre-drilled for installing fasteners (not included). Set of 4 weighs 10 lbs., 12 ozs.

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  1. 5 stars
    Great quality product and great price. I will most likely order more to place stands for my grandsons to hunt from.
  2. 5 stars
    Great price and great product. Cannot wait to put them to use.
  3. Good product. Simple made and self explanatory on how to use.
  4. 5 stars
    They are just what I wanted to be able to build platforms for groundblinds to get them off the ground or build a platform stand to hunt out of.
  5. 5 stars
    Excellent value!
  6. 5 stars
    just what i envisioned,,, thanks
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