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Old 03-05-2018, 04:49 PM   #1
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This thread will serve as a dual purpose thread. I will be picking up stuff to build a platform for my new Krivoman this weekend. I will document the process as I go just for fun.

Also I would like for people to post up their builds past or current for everyone to see and maybe even copy! Now I know what you are thinking. . . . But I already have my schematic in mind and know how I will build mine so no I won't be using anything posted here. But for others, why re-invent the wheel right??

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I’ve got a couple in process right now to put out in the next few months. I’ve got one that I did a couple of years ago that I love. Improved upon that design a bit with the new platforms. I also have one that Mitch did for 10’ elevation. My others that I did / am doing are 5’ elevation.

I’m a fan of these blinds and I love em elevated.


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I've built these.

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Here’s my Krivoman shell.

82” wood floor circle on a 5ft 10” square platform on 15” legs. That way it slides in on most trailers and can strap down on the corners for easy
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Old 03-05-2018, 05:29 PM   #5
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Heck this is off to a great start!! I wish I had more time to build a metal one. Mine will be wood for this season. 4foot elevated


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Sierra, I’ll let you borrow my metal chop saw if you put me on a pig.


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You mean like the one I already have I’ll see what I can do.


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Old 03-05-2018, 09:18 PM   #8
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You mean like the one I already have I’ll see what I can do.


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I tried *


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Old 03-05-2018, 09:28 PM   #9
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IN...gonna be building a short 15-18” platform for my Maverick blind here pretty soon.
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Here’s my Krivoman shell.

82” wood floor circle on a 5ft 10” square platform on 15” legs. That way it slides in on most trailers and can strap down on the corners for easy
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I like it!! Need to build 2 new ones for my Krivomans.
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Those are perfect IMO. I had 2 - 4' tall wooden platforms and plan to go taller and metal this year.
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I like it!! Need to build 2 new ones for my Krivomans.
Thanks.

I’m really liking it on the platform. I was hunting out of mine for a long time with it just on the ground without a floor. I liked how easy the shell was to move around.

It’s pretty much at its permanent spot now so, I decided it was time for the platform.
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Old 03-06-2018, 02:22 PM   #13
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Yeah Id really like a metal platform like yours for mine one of these days.
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Yeah Id really like a metal platform like yours for mine one of these days.
Same here
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Bone thug could you post up the blueprints? Great build
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Old 03-06-2018, 07:26 PM   #16
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Bone thug could you post up the blueprints? Great build


It’s a 5ft 10” square base on 15” legs.
1” 14ga square tubing already primed.

82” circle wood floor.

If I remember correct....

I ordered
2 sticks at 5ft 10”
4 at 5ft 8”
6 at 6ft to use on the brace and legs. Then cut to fit for floor brace and such.

I didn’t take many pics but here’s a few I have. Jeremy(KingsX) is a whole lot better welder than I am so I had him weld it up.

I would add some pipe caps or something to the leg feet to help it slide a little better. I was originally going to skid it but didn’t end up doing it.

I used 2 bolts on each corner through the blind/floor and deck screws all the way around the lip into the wood floor....Then used 100% silicon all around.









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Thanks Bone Thug.


DRT could you post blueprints as well?
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I don't have my Krivoman's yet. They are ordered though. I have some 6 foot wide 8 foot deep platforms on elevators to elevate with 4x4s. Will the Krivoman's fit on these?

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48” tall. Over the plywood is 3/8” thick stall mat you buy off a roll by the foot. (from TSC)




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I don't have my Krivoman's yet. They are ordered though. I have some 6 foot wide 8 foot deep platforms on elevators to elevate with 4x4s. Will the Krivoman's fit on these?


Darts - 6' is not going to be wide enough. Measured to the outside of the lip the Krivoman is 82" in diameter. My platform was originally built for a pop up and it was about six inches too narrow for the Krivo so I had to put a new top on it. The plywood hangs over the frame by 3" on each side.
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Yes this is what I was going for. Lots of good information getting posted here. Keep it up guys! I will be posting as I go through mine this weekend.
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Darts - 6' is not going to be wide enough. Measured to the outside of the lip the Krivoman is 82" in diameter. My platform was originally built for a pop up and it was about six inches too narrow for the Krivo so I had to put a new top on it. The plywood hangs over the frame by 3" on each side.
Great info. Thanks for sharing. Looks like I need to build some 8x8s. Should be easy, less cuts!
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I went 7’ wide by 8’ long. This gave me a foot on the backside to make getting in and out the door easier. I will be adding a rail to make it a little more comfortable getting up and down my ladder.


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Great info. Thanks for sharing. Looks like I need to build some 8x8s. Should be easy, less cuts!


7x8 or 8x8 is perfect
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7x8 or 8x8 is perfect


I wasted the time cutting down 8' lumber on my first platform and then saved myself a bunch of time on the second one and just made it 8x8. All the same lumber and price with less effort and more room to stand.

Not sure why I didn't realize that before the first one I built 7x7 but who knows.
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Whelp, just spent 200$ at Lowe’s.

Hi my name is Stephen and have a problem with over building things. . .


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Well this trip and weekend so far has not gone at all the way I planned. We were able to get the main frame up and most of the deck in about an hour this evening.




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Need a couple of cross braces
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Old 03-10-2018, 08:20 PM   #29
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I’m not done. Only half way there. Ran out of daylight and got off to a late start due to truck issues.


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Looks good Sierra Charlie. Good luck with it tomorrow. I look forward to seeing it done.
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Thanks bud


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Well this trip and weekend so far has not gone at all the way I planned. We were able to get the main frame up and most of the deck in about an hour this evening.


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Going be nice. Looks like you will have plenty of shade with that monster tree next to it. Lol
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Yeah I think its in a good spot for both a north and south wind. Im super excited about this up coming season. Got it to a stopping point this weekend before heading back earlier today. Ill post a couple pics shortly. I forgot to take a dang picture of the finished for now product. Ill post what I have shortly.
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Looks good fellas nice ideas!
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This is where we left off last night. Platform mostly done and blind off the ground. Went back this morning and painted, added some more braces and bolted down the blind. Like a dummy forgot to take pics. Only thing left to do is put some carpet inside cause it’s mighty loud the way it sits with just plywood.



Looking into the kill zone HAHA. Man I can’t wait to spill blood in this thing.

I’ll post final pics next time I get a chance to get out there.


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Looks good. I put stall mats down on top of the plywood on mine. Makes a lot of difference for noise. Not perfect but dang sure better than just the drum effect from the blind sitting on plywood when you accidentally drop something.


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are there holes drilled in the blinds to secure them to the bases or are you guys just making your own holes and dropping some lag screws and washers in there?
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Looking good, sierracharlie.
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are there holes drilled in the blinds to secure them to the bases or are you guys just making your own holes and dropping some lag screws and washers in there?
No pre-existing holes. I drilled out the holes where i wanted them and used bolts to attach the blind to the base.
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Old 03-12-2018, 11:30 AM   #42
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are there holes drilled in the blinds to secure them to the bases or are you guys just making your own holes and dropping some lag screws and washers in there?
Until I get the floor material that I want I just used deck screws through the base and into the plywood.
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I did use wood screws all the way around the lip into the floor, with silicone. I used bolts on the corners through the blind, floor and into the base.
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I did use wood screws all the way around the lip into the floor, with silicone. I used bolts on the corners through the blind, floor and into the base.


I did the same minus the silicone. I like the idea of spilled water bottles being able to escape somehow. And hunting with young boys means I get spilled water bottles on a semi-regular basis.


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I did the same minus the silicone. I like the idea of spilled water bottles being able to escape somehow. And hunting with young boys means I get spilled water bottles on a semi-regular basis.


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Got my steps built for the the platform. Hopefully will be making a trip before the end of the month.



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I built mine 8x8. Sunk 9 eight foot 4x4’s. Braced across the middle.
Treated 5/8” plywood. Drilled several 1/4” holes in floor and used screened soffit vents from the bottom to vent the stand. Faced the door to one corner (stairs) and moved stand as far as possible to the other end.

On my own property so I knew it was permanent. Used deck screws around the base. Painted the deck inside and out with exterior paint.
Facing east with a big shade tree on the west.
Very happy with the platform
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Old 04-06-2018, 09:49 PM   #48
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I'm looking to get a shell-type blind this year too. Built a 5' platform last year and put my DB pop up on it. Worked great. I'd like a permanent shell-type though for better weather resistance. It's crazy how much better a blind is just 4-5' off the ground. The deer had no idea I was in the world...
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Very nice!


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I'm setting up 4 Krivoman blinds on Friday. I made all the cuts last night to take out to the ranch.

My bases will be 8x8 and will be elevated 4 feet off the ground. I'm elevating them with some blind elevators. I'll post pics of the finished platforms this weekend. With everything already cut and a framing nail gun this should be an easy job.

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