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    10-20-2012, 04:10 PM
  #21
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Oh wicked..One more thought...

What if you found a welder to fabricate a divider that fits the exact measurements of your trailer? The stud divider would still be intact but but then you would have a shorter divider to work with...that may be a cheaper option that buying another divider from 4 star (accesories can be EXPENSIVE)..

Man if I lived in SD I would totally offer up my welder husband- he loves doing crap like that and he only ever charges for materials and a little time.. He is fabricating up a saddle tree bracket for my trailer tack room ( it was cut out at one timeto make a crummy back tack- wich we have since torn out). And eventually he wants to fabricate a colapsable back tack..
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    10-23-2012, 07:39 AM
  #22
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I may just pull it out and store it. I called 4Star yesterday. The stud divider is an extra $260 to get and he said they are highly desired. The reason the dividers are not interchangeable is they are all welded into place when placed in the trailer. I think that stall gets hot as that stall has a slider bus window like on the rear instead of a drop. Not sure why 4 star did that but it is the door window and maybe that is why???
     

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