tack trunks

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    diamond c

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    I will soon be in the market for a new tack trunk big enough for a collar and hame team harness. Of coarse price is important but most bang for the buck is more important. Any sugestions on product and place to get it please. Thanks
     
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    Try a Home Depot or something like that. They have big containers that might work.
     
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    You can get the tool boxes that got in the back of pickups for a pretty good price. They are weather proof and mouse proof. And they lock.
     
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    I have two medium trunk/bins from Home Depot for my harnesses which don't have collars. I also have a large one from Home Depot. The large one is made by Stanely and I think it would fit the collar and hames OK. The Stanely trunk has wheels which is a handy option.
     
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    diamond c

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    I've been looking at the horsemans pride tack trunk at state line tack. Yes it's $175 but its lockable simi waterproof, and has wheels.
     
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    I have plastic bins from Walmart. They have lids, and as I don't travel or share barn space they are a cheap alternative. They also stack nicely.
     
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