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Permanent Rear Tack - Good Or Bad?

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OldSchoolCowgirl
Reg. Jan 2008
Posted 2019-08-14 3:06 AM
Subject: Permanent Rear Tack - Good Or Bad?




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I'm looking at a horse trailer with a permanent rear tack versus the collapsible one. I've never had one before so I wondered what the pros and cons were. Which is better - permanent or collapsible? Why?

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horsegirl
Reg. Feb 2004
Posted 2019-08-14 6:41 AM
Subject: RE: Permanent Rear Tack - Good Or Bad?



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I personally dont like a rear tack at all. I think I'm the minority, though. I like a big wide opening for loading and unloading instead.

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OhMax
Reg. Feb 2013
Posted 2019-08-14 6:50 AM
Subject: RE: Permanent Rear Tack - Good Or Bad?


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I like not having shavings and crap in my tack room.  I never actually collapsed my collapsible unless I was pulled mats and had to.  The one I had you still had an upright support between the rear doors, so it did not open up the 100%.  I do know folks who have a removable support and have hauled 4wheelers and such to camp grounds in their horse trailers.

We have a stock trailer if we need to have a wider loading space.

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Fun2Run
Reg. Jul 2005
Posted 2019-08-14 7:12 AM
Subject: RE: Permanent Rear Tack - Good Or Bad?



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OhMax - 2019-08-14 6:50 AM


I like not having shavings and crap in my tack room.  I never actually collapsed my collapsible unless I was pulled mats and had to.  The one I had you still had an upright support between the rear doors, so it did not open up the 100%.  I do know folks who have a removable support and have hauled 4wheelers and such to camp grounds in their horse trailers.


We have a stock trailer if we need to have a wider loading space.


This. I prefer a permanent rear tack.  

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Pocob
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2019-08-14 8:36 AM
Subject: RE: Permanent Rear Tack - Good Or Bad?



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I custom ordered my trailer to have a permanent rear tack.  I did not want shavings, urine, etc. going in there from the horse compartment.  Mine is completely sealed.



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