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TexasBred

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Wish I could help but haven't had that much experience with them. Only one I ever worked with looked a lot like the one in the link (stationary). Just make sure you're height and width matches up well with the back door in a "pot".
 
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TexasBred":2x8wldg5 said:
Wish I could help but haven't had that much experience with them. Only one I ever worked with looked a lot like the one in the link (stationary). Just make sure you're height and width matches up well with the back door in a "pot".


Thanks TB will do.
 

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28" is wide enough. That's what I build mine. The wider they get the easier it is for an animal to turn around and come back at you.
 

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