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    Carcass tray

    Made this up for the back of the discovery, fits in pretty much perfectly (although I may take the back seats out for good, excuse not to drive to the pub ). Basically the bottom part of an old roofbox, cleaned and holes sealed with a bit of bathroom sealant, and handles made up out of a bit of nylon rope. Seems to be pretty tough and is rigid enough to be easy to lift in and out, plus big enough to take a few beasts. Also able to pressure wash it easily.

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    Homebase also do a mixing tray designed for cement or plaster which fits your average hatchback or estate and is 15 made out of black plastic. fits a roe in nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingfisherman View Post
    Homebase also do a mixing tray designed for cement or plaster which fits your average hatchback or estate and is 15 made out of black plastic. fits a roe in nicely.
    ur right ok for Munty,C.W.D an Roe no good for Fallow. First time on fallow split took it back H.B replaced it same result

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingfisherman View Post
    Homebase also do a mixing tray designed for cement or plaster which fits your average hatchback or estate and is 15 made out of black plastic. fits a roe in nicely.
    There were offering them for 10 not long ago. I ended up buying 4 as mates and family kept nicking mine. Great kit.

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    Re trays

    In Germany I see a lot of the white plastic 1000 litre containers that have the metal grid around them as a support used by cutting off the bottom to make a tray from it.
    Martin

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    lads,

    through my company i have bought these containers,

    blue one 600x400x175 for 10 plus vat and delv
    grey one 800x450x150 for 9 plus vat and delv
    Last edited by centralbeltstalker; 23-08-2010 at 07:31.

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    There are quite a few of us around my area who use the lower section of an IBC container (the 1000 litre chemical bunds)

    Basically, remove the wire cage, using a disc cutter or Sthil (and mask) cut around the base about 10 inches up and name a lower section to enable easy loading / unload of carcass.


    The IBC's work very well and will fit into most vehicles.


    There are companies that advertise cleaned ones and ones that have carried water only - about 30 quid.


    You can get three fallow or reds in them "reasonably" easily, plus they are easily washable and have a drain tap thats handy for obvious reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalkerboydy View Post
    ur right ok for Munty,C.W.D an Roe no good for Fallow. First time on fallow split took it back H.B replaced it same result
    Plasters bath from a pukka builders merchant will usually be more durable. It will also take a red hind but you might have to drop one of the backseats to fit it in lengthways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    Plasters bath from a pukka builders merchant will usually be more durable. It will also take a red hind but you might have to drop one of the backseats to fit it in lengthways.
    with a bit of a squeese and a couple of bungees you can get a very good size stag in a plasters bath !

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    If you have a DHL, Parcel Force, or Argos central depot type of place near you, nip an and tyr to beg a couple of their loose parcel trays. Hold a couple of roe easily enough, and a two fit in an estate car.

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