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fish house frames ? help

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im going to build a fish house frame in school for metals i was woundering if you guys now of any websites with blueprints on it

thanks

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i would google it or call a dealer and ask them where to find them

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i did google it and it didnt find any

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Click on some of the sponcers sites on this site, you can get a pretty good idea of how they build theirs. This wouldn;t be cheating, would it?

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just look at other fish houses..take some pictures and just start with the frame however big(how big you thinking??) I used 3x3 angle iron...2" tubing from the back of the house all the way out for the hitch some companys dont do this but i wanted too for the strenght. center or a little back from center i guess for the axles and once you got that stuff go back in and add in 1" braces for your holes i guess would be the easiest

Good luck ask if you got any more questions

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thanks for all the help i have pictures and stuff im going to start building it on tuesday the only think im wurried about is geting the tires and leaf springs and stuff on there straight

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it will be 6 and a half feet by 12 i think maybe bigger

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Unauthorized web site are not allowed to be posted on the website.

Maybe you might call up Ron at Fish House supply. I do not know if he will give out any floor plans but he would be a good' knowledgable fellow to talk to.

http://fishhousesupply.com/

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