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post #1 of 5 Old 04-16-2011, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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Where did you get your round pen panels?

If you purchased round pen panels online, where did you purchase them?

The round pens at all of the local places are either rounded corner, or very, very expensive.

Looking to have a round pen about 70'-80' so.... 18 or 21 twelve foot panels?

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post #2 of 5 Old 04-16-2011, 07:34 PM
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I got mine from a place in Abilene, TX called D & D Gates and Panels. They don't have a website. The panels that I got are 10' long by 6' tall and they are heavy duty pipe instead of the bendable aluminum tubing. On average (freight was slightly different on every load) mine were about $55 per panel.

They are the silver panels.

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Very nice!

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I have done well with auctions and Denver CL. I have bought Horseman's Edge 6x12 panels for less than $60 average. Get a Fence Post and look for upcoming auctions. There are a couple of panel makers that advertise in there as well. My RP is a WW that I got at Ackerman's (LaSalle) and it was crazy expensive years ago but worth every penny.
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Thanks!!

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