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    Any recommendations on a 2-hole dog box for a Tahoe? Thanks in advance for the help...

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    I would get something like this for your kennels. The wire crates

    http://www.petco.com/N_22_4294956564...2bcrates-Broad

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    Midwest side by sides
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    Ruff Tough

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    deer creek makes one

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    Ainley or Kustom Krates

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    One of the main reasons for putting dogs in crates in vehicles is to keep them safe, and the worst thing they need protecting from is a car accident. Wire crates do little if anything to protect a dog in a serious accident, and in fact have been known to collapse on their occupants, break apart, and even stab them with the wires when they break off. Take careful measurements of your vehicle and look for a sturdy crate that will hold up when it's needed. I have Ruff Tuff's in my 4Runner, and Zinger metal crates in the pickup under the topper. And unless your crates fit tightly into the space where they reside, take steps to secure them to the vehicle as well.
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    Back when I had my Tahoe I had heritage build a custom box for it. I maxed out the size and had 5" top storage without a lid. The only other change I made was I had vents put in the end of the box rather than the sides so I could get more airflow through with the seats down.

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