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Thread: Mid Range Dog Boxes- Which is the Best?

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    Senior Member Matt Duncan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by GooseSlayer8 View Post
    What about Brite N Lite. Anyone had experience with these??
    Just sold my 3 hole Brite n Lite. Nice box and very well made for an aluminum box. They are no longer making boxes though so if you can find a nice used one I would give it a look.
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    Check out Bittercreek.com They make very good boxes for the money.

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    New to the site, great info here. I just bought a Bittercreek box and couldn't be happier.got lots of compliments at my last test too! Good luck

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    They sell UWS boxes on Amazon. The reviews are not positive. A manufacturer I like and am considering is clineline.com.
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    Any more opinions?? Thanks for all the comments thus far!
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    For the price range you are looking at I think you should take a look at Cline Line, they make a real nice box in the range that you are looking to spend. There was nice nice one for sale on the forum not too long back, do a search, maybe it's still available.

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    Creative dog boxes are the best bang for you buck!!

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    Been contemplating getting one of these 2-dog boxes for my Expedition-might be more in line with your price point: http://www.northstarplasticsinc.com/Dog_Boxes

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    Aluminum dissipates heat ,Stainless is way more of a heat sink. A stainless box should be insulated much thicker in very hot climates. Heat transfer Al 267, 304 ss 16 .

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    Bitter Creek makes a great box.
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