Professionals Choice Trailer Door Caddy

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Professional's Choice® Trailer Door Caddy
The only organizer designed to accommodate you and your horse. It is composed of durable construction and features both open and zipper mesh pockets to keep things neat and organized.
Includes insulated cup holders to keep your beverages cold. It installs easily and securely to a trailer or stall door with convenient double ended snaps. Screws included. 
 
Product Features:
  • 1000 Denier mesh pockets- Allowing dirt and debris to drop through
  • Securely attaches to keep everything in place
  • Insulated coller cups to keep beverages cold
Item Specifications:
Sizes
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Short - 27"L x 24"W
Long - 40"L x 24"W 
 
Material:
1000 D PVC coated fabric
1000 D Mesh bottom

 

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put in horse trailers
joseph c on Jan 25, 2016
looks good in my trailer
Betty S on Nov 29, 2015
I love this! It keeps my trailer organized.
KELLY Y on Dec 31, 2015
This is great for hanging on the stall door to organize things you want on hand. Also nice in the horse trailer.
Anne C on Nov 14, 2015
how does this attach to the trailer door? Is it necessary to use bolts or screws?
Thanks,
kathy l on Sep 18, 2013
Best Answer: You would need to attach it with some sort of hooks into your door.
I actually have not put it on my trailer door because of the screen door.
I am still looking at options to install it in my trailer but for now it is hanging from my blanket bar with carabiners.
I had thought of using L brackets and attaching it to the deck of the gooseneck so that it would hang down the front wall just inside the door for easier access.
I could attach it to the door on the back of the trailer horse compartment but concerned about putting permanent holes through the metal.
I don't want to attach it to the door inside horse compartment in case something falls off and rolls around while we're traveling.
It is very well-made.
Sorry I could not be more help.
Reply · Report · Susan W on Sep 19, 2013
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How can I hang this in my trailer's dressing room without drilling holes in the walls for the screws? Has anyone tried those 3M sticky hooks?
A shopper on Jul 24, 2015
Best Answer: I used "kitchen back door" tension curtain rods. You can buy them at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Maybe Target would have them cheaper. You adjust the tension by twisting the rod and that tension will hold the Trailer Door Caddy nicely in place. I have filled my pockets with a lot of things and had no trouble with it falling down. I used a rod for the top and the bottom.
Reply · Report · Catherine H on Jul 24, 2015
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what does the high roller look like?
Caroline on Jun 30, 2014
Best Answer: We have it in purple and it is simply longer, more pockets. We live it and keep everything handy in it on our tack locker.
Reply · Report · Caralinn R on Jun 30, 2014
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