Apple Picker Portable Travel Corral

$429.99
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Apple Picker Portable Travel Corral

$429.99

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.
Shipping weight = 120.00 lbs.
Oversize Charge = $50.00

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Product Summary:

Travel Corral
 
This corral is compact, lightweight and easy to handle and set up. Features four panels to create a 12' x 12' stall. Panels swing open to 12 ft. Each panel folds in half for easy transport. Panels are made of 1 and 3/8" tubing and are sold in a set of 4.  Durable lightweight welded construction.  For outdoor use.
 
Product Features: 
  • Easy to handle and set up
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Each panel folds in half for easy transportation
Item Specifications: 
 
Size: 
4' H x 6' W Panels
 
Material:
1.125 OD steel tube Silver powder coated

Item Weight: 
29 lbs. Each 
 
 

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I purchased this item because it is light weight and the panels fold in half and is easy for hauling. Also they are in stock and ship with in 24 hours.
michelle r on Apr 27, 2015
What secures them to each other ?and do they stick in the ground or stable on top?
karen e on May 7, 2015
Best Answer: The Manufacturer advises us that the panels secure to each other by drop pins into metal donuts on the ends of each panel.
This corral sets on top of the ground. The Manufacturer also advised that some people use tent stakes and bungee cords to secure it to the ground; others drive pieces of rebar mostly into the ground so the panels' leg sockets fit over them.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on May 8, 2015
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