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 Post subject: Trammel creek dog box?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2011 12:28 pm 
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Have anybody use or have these? http://www.trammelcreekboxes.com/ What do you think of these? I plan to order one in two weeks and this is the only box that are good price than any others.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 6:01 pm 
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Man those are some good looking boxes for the price let us know if they are as good AS they look on-line.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:27 pm 
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Yeah I like em too and sometime those all diamond boxes can be too much and too overly fancy but that's just me. Shipping on all of those boxes from Trammel creek is $125 and heard nothing but good thing on customer service. I had couple of replies on the other forums telling me that they like the box. When I order and get mine I'll give a reviews on here after I get one. One thing I like about their box is that it is a smooth no lump surface that I can put some stickers on it neatly unlike those diamond plated it is lumpy for stickers I know that it isn't a big deal over a sticker on which box :lol: Other than that prices is what I like.


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I've got a tramel box I love it one guy can load and unoad it no problem and I've had mine for 2 years now the only thing I don't like is they ain't insulated at all and hold in heat in the summer

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They stated that the boxes and dog house are insulated. I know it may seem like it not because they are thin so must be thin insulated. Glad you love your box. I can't wait to order one and I don't have to put one dog in a plastic crate and chain the other in the back of the truck anymore.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 1:23 pm 
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I've got the full size with top storage. So far so good. Only maintenance I could ever see is eventually have to drill out and replace a few rivets as they work loose. I have yet to see how it does in summer. Also the insulation is sandwiched between 2 sheets of aluminum. It's about 1/4" thick I'd say


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i was guided by the guy who makes these at the acha little world hunt. he is a great guy. he said he makes them out of the same material as air planes.

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Its made out of aloubond 1/16 inch aluminium sandwiched between 1/8 inch polyethylene. Super light but new.sheets are expensive. Bill carter is hard to reach though so im having a guy up by me make one. One thing i.heard is if you get one with circle holes for vents make sure its grinded down so the dogs dont cut there nose

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