This is the 2nd one I purchased. The 1st, I use outside the stall door as a leanto/roof. My husband attached it to the barn, so I only used 2 round pen panels on the sides & the horses can walk thro/under it to go inside and outside. This one will be used to put hay under for my mini horse and goats. They are easy to assemble. My husband did it by himself in about an hour or so. He used the tractor to lift the one side (since I couldn't help)& he lifted the other side to place on top of the panels. Shipping was very fast.
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|Manufacturer Part Number|
12' x 12'
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
144.00 x 144.00 x 10.00 Inches
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Liked 1st one so much I got a 2nd.
I hired someone to put the kit together for me. The panel kit arrived after they had put the canopy together. They had to tie the 3 straps for the back canopy enclosure to the canopy tubing. It's very saggy and has large gaps. I'm going to install grommets along the top edge of the back canopy panel this weekend and secure to the tubing with poly cord as the rest of the panels are secured. I would recommend installing grommets in the top of the back canopy panels in the future. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Functional and sturdy corral shelter panel cover kit
I just moved into a new place and needed temporary(ish) housing for my 4 horses through the winter. To create "stalls," I put up corrals covered with the ShelterLogic shelter roof assembly (which is also a good choice - sold separately), but needed more enclosure to provide my beasties protection from the wind. This enclosure kit covers the back and two sides, and will work pretty well for my needs. Because the manufacturer doesn't sell separate panel covers for the fronts of the shelters (they're designed to be installed on three-sided shelters), I intend to order a couple extra of these kits and use the side panel covers to cover the front panels of my shelters. Would give it 5 stars, except for a few areas that need improvement. These covers are designed to go on 12' corral panels, but panel covers are a bit short of 12', which means there are gaps at each end. The rope that comes with the kit is just one LONG piece of rope, and the instructions don't say what lengths to cut, so I just had to install one panel at a time, threading ALL the rope through it, and cut off the wad of rope at the end of each panel (there are three panels the same size and then the back top cover that is much larger, so cutting in four equal lengths wouldn't work). The instructions do not say so, but you will want to burn each cut end of the rope to prevent fraying. You'll also need a ladder to install the top back cover. It also takes some fiddling and adjustment post-installation to get the covers tight enough not to flap too much in the wind. Plan on a couple hours installation per shelter (at least).
Great idea few problems attaching it
We bought the enclosure kit, which some people were confused because they thought it included the top. It does not. Not sure why you would as the price is no where close to including the top. Anyway the only compliant we had with it was the bottom attaches with one single rope that basically sews the tarp onto your existing corrals. That was a nightmare. They need to rethink the way to attach it. We used zip ties as the rope was a crazy mess. Maybe we were not smart enough to do it, not sure but it is up and it looks nice and protects our horse from the rain and snow.
Returned poles were not included.
But panels looked good
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