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Transporting hog panel #6684738 02/23/17 03:06 PM
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Do any of you have suggestions on how to transport 16 foot hog panels on a 10 ft trailer? My 16ft trailer is out of commission at the moment.

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If it has a gate you can basically make it into a "U" at the gate.

Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6684766 02/23/17 03:25 PM
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Overhang three feet on both ends of the trailer. Tie some flagging on the back end



Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6684769 02/23/17 03:27 PM
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Roll em in half and zip tie the ends together. Tie to trailer



Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6684771 02/23/17 03:27 PM
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Depending on how many, set them vertical like in a U-shape; kinda like a tailgate.

Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6684825 02/23/17 04:17 PM
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Have them cut in half before transporting if need be...

Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6684930 02/23/17 05:54 PM
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I run a strap through one end of all of them and attach it to the front of the trailer. Then bend the others over and strap them down as well. Works fine.


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Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6685967 02/24/17 05:06 PM
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Have tried the rolling up method and there is a bunch of tension on those panels and can be a bit dangerous. I cut the panels in half now. Easier to load/unload and set up in the field.


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Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6685970 02/24/17 05:08 PM
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I now use my long trailer but I have rolled them and hauled in the truck bed.


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trailer?? put them over the roof of your truck and strap one end down to the grill guard and one to the receiver hitch... no trailer to mess with... done and done

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Tear up the roof of my truck? Back to trailer...


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Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6686144 02/24/17 07:50 PM
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? no one can see the roof

Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6687595 02/26/17 05:29 PM
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Find a friend with a sixteen foot trailer. That's what my buddies do. smirk


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Originally Posted By: passthru
Find a friend with a sixteen foot trailer. That's what my buddies do. smirk


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Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: ijohnston] #6689837 02/28/17 01:28 PM
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Lol. Some of these made me laugh.

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Seems like even with a trailer those hog panels try every way in the world to rattle off there. You better check them often once you start down the road.


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You can make a U and move them in a 6ft truck bed. Probably do the same in a trailer

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weave the straps thru the panels and tighten down, they will not walk as bad or move the panels to one side of trailer before strapping down, I just put scraps of 2x8's between panels and sides of trailer.

Re: Transporting hog panel [Re: dlrz71] #6777405 05/29/17 01:33 AM
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Originally Posted By: ijohnston
Do any of you have suggestions on how to transport 16 foot hog panels on a 10 ft trailer? My 16ft trailer is out of commission at the moment.
Originally Posted By: dlrz71
If it has a gate you can basically make it into a "U" at the gate.


This...I have a ten foot trailer and have carried as many as twelve panels...four wheeler in the center and slid one panel st a time into one side and then wrapped it around my four wheeler until all twelve were in...then I tied them down...no problem.

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