fbpx

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers
  • You will need four of our double-up panels to make a 4m by 4m square yard. 
  • You will need six of our double-up panels to make a 4m by 8m yard. 
  • You will need seven of our double-up panels to make two joined square (4mX4m) yards
  • You will need eight of our double-up panels to make two separate (4mX4m) square yards.

We sell four different sizes, and we can also custom make to suit your needs.

  1. Our standard ‘2 rail’ panels are made from 2.5cm x 2.5cm Australian galvanized square tube. They are 2 metres in length (4 metres when opened out), 1.25 metres tall, and 15 kg in weight. There is a 57 cm gap between top and bottom rail and a 63 cm gap between the bottom rail and the ground.
  2. Our standard ‘3 rail’ panels are made from 2.5cm x 2.5cm Australian galvanized square tube. They are 2 metres in length (4 metres when opened out), 1.25 metres tall, 22 kg in weight. There is a 37.5 cm gap between top and middle rail and middle and bottom rail and a 42 cm gap between the bottom rail and the ground.
  3. Our ‘stallion panels’ are the same width and are made from the same galvanized steel, however, they are taller than our standard panels. Each double panel 1.5 metres tall, 2 metres in length (4 metres when opened out) and weighs 26 kilograms. There is a 32.5 cm gap between all rails and a 42 cm gap between the fourth rail and the ground.
  4. Our standard ‘pony rail’ panels are made from 2.5cm x 2.5cm Australian galvanized square tube. They are 2 metres in length (4 metres when opened out), 1 metre tall, and weigh 11 kilograms. There is a 42 cm gap between top and bottom rails and a 54 cm gap between the bottom rail and the ground.

Our prices depend on your needs. Before we can provide this information we ask you to please complete this short Get A Quote form and we will get back to you to with a total cost. We have multiple different product bundles to make sure you get the best value for money. 

The best way is to fill out this short Get A Quote form and we will get back to you to with a total cost and payment methods.

For the months of May, June, July 2020 we are offering our customers the ‘Take home today, Take time to pay’ option provided by our preferred company Humm. 

Find our more

Our clever design makes it easy for one person to set-up and take-down on their own. When more than one yard is required, a ‘joining bar’ is used to connect the two ends which have the same configuration (double lugs). Two extra pins are used with the joining bar to join the yards.

Visit our YouTube channel to see our ‘how to’ videos.

Panels can be mounted the right way up, or upside down, depending on the design of your float. To make this decision you will need to consider the location of your spare tyre, access doors, and the tailgate latch, you will also need to consider the amount of room behind mudguard.

 

When preparing to mount the ‘brackets’, it is recommended you mark and drill three (3) holes through each of the ‘backing mounts’ and through the wall of the float, to bolt the mounts to the float. 

When attaching backing mounts to the float, make sure to find a strong fixing point (internal upright is preferred).

Do not position the mounting brackets flush-up against each end of the panel, allow at least 100mm from the inner edge of the panel

Where to position the holes for the ‘Mounting Brackets’?

  • When positioning the holes, make sure that the top hole is positioned to one side, so as not to interfere with the removable brackets. 
  • Place the rubber strips provided between the float and the ‘backing mounts’. 
  • Push the high tensile bolts through from the inside, using the large flat washer if necessary. 
  • Make sure when putting the panels onto the mounts, that the panels are alternated (one pipe end, one square end). 
  • Do not have the legs lined up. Offset them, so that the pipelines up with the end of the double lugs for a snug fit. 
  • The straps provided are to go around the entire yard, threading through the links to keep them in place, wrap around the bottom rails, and then through the cam buckle. 
  • Pull to tighten.

Float Attachments can be used to attach your erected yard to your float. They need to be riveted on. Measurements need to be taken to ensure that the distance apart is correct, as each end of the panel is different (gate at one end and leg at the other).

Electric Fence Kit

Turbo Equi-braid electric fence kits are available for additional security. This can be positioned around the top of the yard or around the middle of the yard.

Saddle rack – interchangeable with the ‘mounting brackets’

Simply by sliding out the removable mounting brackets, and replacing it with the saddle rack, you can hang your saddle up. 

×
×

Cart