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Chippewa Brutus Maximus™
Our Heaviest Model up to 475 lbs
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Back Packing Hints
Proper backpacking position is seat down, saddle up - pad between deck and folded upright, then bungee to hold securely and maximize quiet transport. 

backpack kits Carry the chain Rigging Harness wrapped inside
a garment or in a pack.

The most effective way to coat support cables is with cloth friction tape (the type used on baseball bats & hockey sticks).
Spiral the tape down the cable. This blackens the cable and dampens any noise from cables scraping against the platform.
Chippewa Brutus Maximus
More Information

22" Standard height seat
Hunter Pine - Extra Large 10"x14"
Seat Angle Adjustability
Extra Large Platform - 25-1/2" w X 29-1/2"
Closed rear platform area for the hunter who likes
   to stand close to the tree.
Flint Gray Finish
Tri-position Platform Leveling
475 lb. Weight Limit!
Approx. 19 lb. weight
Includes One Chain Rigging Harness
Backpack Strap Kit Available
Stands pre-drilled
Fits trees 7" to 18" Diameter
Also Available in 20" Short & 25" Tall -
 
Call us when ordering non-standard seat.
Chippewa Brutus Maximus™   
$336.00  (Includes Shipping)

 + Illinois Residents have added State Sales Tax

Questions? Email us or call, see Contact information at page base.
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Note: The 2014 models are slightly different in appearance than the model in this video.
The Hex (covered blind) model is not available
Brutus (not available) has been upgraded to the Brutus Maximus
Use this button below for multable accessories items or additional stands only

 

Chippewa Wedge-Loc, LLC  ~ 210 East Jones ~ Milford, Illinois 60953 
Call (815) 889 5160
Cells: Troy Gullquist (815) 216 1108

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