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Bob Hennessey
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Dog box Plastic

Kennel made by Custom Molding Services, Inc. The EZ-XL
I've been looking at lighter dog boxes. Does anyone have one of these? They seem like a nice box nothing fancy. Anything else out there? Thanks. BOB

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Pat Bizich
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Registered: May 2004
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I have one for my small truck. Over 20 years old .
They are pretty tough, sturdy, and durable too. I made mistake of putting it on top of something I was hauling without strapping it. Wind caught it at 50 mph. Bounced and rolled a few times. Got road rash on a few corners But still in use with no problems.
One thing I did not like. Because these are totally enclosed with no over hang or door drip strip . Rain will get in them and lay.
I drilled 4 drains on each corner .Then I hand made a 4 inch rain guard across the front out of a piece of old siding and screwed it over the doors. Works real well.
Yes I do recommend them.
Prices have nearly doubled what I paid.

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Larry Hall
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Easyloader.com.

I use one of these on my UTV and like it

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Easyloader.com.

I use one of these on my UTV and like it

Iíve got got the exact same thing and really like it. Found mine at a junk place for $20. lol

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Registered: Jan 2016
Location: sc
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In the summer time I donít keep my box in the truck like I do in the winter, if I have a wild hair to go I take the pet porter crates that may weigh 5 pounds a piece and throw them in the truck. You can buy them for next to nothing used. Nothing fancy but they get the job done and keep the dogs cool.

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Mike Van Dusen
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Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Northwest Indiana
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Check out the Gunner Kennel it is heavy duty plastic,little expensive but if I was going with plastic,this is what I would invest in.

I work construction and I always think of those plastic port a pots,hot in the summer and will freeze your a$$ in the winter,I never want my hound in something like that in the sun,just my opinion....

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