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    Carcass trays?

    Any ideas gratefully received for carcass trays for the back of the 4x4. I have tried gravel trays but they just aren't deep enough and they don't last more than a couple of weeks.

    I know you can buy "the real thing" for 60 or so but I was hoping for something a good bit cheaper.

    Any ideas out there please?

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    shenry
    if you look around the site a little first of all
    or use the search list you should be able to find a lot of the info you need
    i think all of these posts were discussed on in the last month
    http://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.u...t=carcass+tray
    http://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.u...t=carcass+tray
    http://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.u...t=carcass+tray
    i hope this helps
    stone

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    Bushwear sell them for 44.00, there are also some very good looking ones in the classified section on here and i think thay are a lot less money

    regards cookingfat

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    I was just about to write that someone had some for sale recently, then i clicked the links above.
    basil.

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    Re: Carcass trays?

    Quote Originally Posted by shenry
    Any ideas gratefully received for carcass trays for the back of the 4x4. I have tried gravel trays but they just aren't deep enough and they don't last more than a couple of weeks.

    I know you can buy "the real thing" for 60 or so but I was hoping for something a good bit cheaper.

    Any ideas out there please?
    shenry, I bought one of the smaller ones from Gary (bucksden) at Stones deer dog day on Saturday & they are ideal.

    I am sure he has more available.

    http://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.u...t=carcass+tray


    Chris

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    You can have various different trays for different size deer. I found that a "Plasterer's mixing Bath" from the local builders merchant fits the bill for me. High sides to contain a few deer and if you put a divider in the bottom it keeps the blood off the beasts.

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    Went for a platerers bath from local builders merchants after this thread:

    http://www.thestalkingdirectory.co.u...t=carcass+tray

    Perfect fit in the back of the Trooper


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    A white plasterers bath!!
    Where did you get that please? Mine is black - I'm not a tray racist but I think white would be a much better option as it is easier to see if they are properly clean.
    Could you let me know where from and how much please?

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    My local Travis Perkins - 22

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    carcas trays

    I did get 2 a few years ago now, they are Franconia ones in green & I am sure they were about 25 each form York Guns I think, I would say thay are fine up to larhger Fallow-but would struggle with larger reds!

    Regas Lee

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