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Old 02-10-2013, 06:35 PM   #1
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Portable deck for seasonal site

Basing my Class A at a Seasonal site this year and am looking to set up a Deck to sit out and cook on. Any good ideas out there.
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Old 02-11-2013, 04:05 PM   #2
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A little more info would help. Size, what's under it grass, concrete, gravel etc.
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Many options, but limited by budget, skills and transport

Visit some outdoor furniture stores to get some ideas.

You could use many types of dimentional materials and screws to allow it to be built in modular format, then knock down and place in floor for transport.

It all depends on the amount of work you want to do, the budget, and environment
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8 x 10, on grass. Under canopy of Motorhome
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Use 2x6 runners on the grass for casters to ride on. Build rails on side of the 2x6 to keep the caster from falling off. Build the wood deck, and pull away from coach on the caster. lock casters with wedges when in place.
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Here we go...

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Qty 4 or 8 small pneumatic tires from harbor freight, about 6.00 each on sale they have 5/8 Axle

2x6 lumber pressure treated, 10 ft long, 4 pieces

2 x 6 for decking, 10 ft length, as needed

In the 4 drill 5/8 holes for axles for wheels, attach wheels

Now attach decking with screws, you can make modular by using short 2x 4 as stringers, that way you have deck panels

When assembled it rolls under for storage, can block wheels, use spikes or remove air

This just the idea...
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