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    Ruff Tough gets my vote. I have two of the large, will never need another crate, these will last forever.

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    Anyone used Kennebeck Crates ? Sold at Cabelas.

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    Rough Tough or Gunner Kennels are the way to go.

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    I am thinking about the Gunner Kennels also

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    Has anyone put a crate on the back seat of an extended cab F150. I haul my dog in the summer time in Texas. I have a topper with a cooling system made out of a 4" AC flex duct. Some times I wish I had the room the kennel takes up. The dimensions of a Ruff Tough kennel seem like they would fit in the back seat (35L x 22W x 23H). Anybody do that?

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    I have only put one in the back of a super cab, so I can't be much help on that. Gunners are a nice looking box, but you would be satisfied with ruff tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikanizer View Post
    Has anyone put a crate on the back seat of an extended cab F150. I haul my dog in the summer time in Texas. I have a topper with a cooling system made out of a 4" AC flex duct. Some times I wish I had the room the kennel takes up. The dimensions of a Ruff Tough kennel seem like they would fit in the back seat (35L x 22W x 23H). Anybody do that?
    I have a large Ruff Tough in the back seat of my '97 F150, pretty sure it is "extended cab" size. I have the seat folded down. I have it behind the driver seat as the only rear door is on the passenger side. I cannot recline the driver seat very far but I got used to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikanizer View Post
    Has anyone put a crate on the back seat of an extended cab F150. I haul my dog in the summer time in Texas. I have a topper with a cooling system made out of a 4" AC flex duct. Some times I wish I had the room the kennel takes up. The dimensions of a Ruff Tough kennel seem like they would fit in the back seat (35L x 22W x 23H). Anybody do that?
    Mine fits perfectly in my Super Crew Cab F150
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    Ruff Tuff all of the way. I have had just about everything else and all of them crack somewhere eventually. Not the Ruff Tuff. Awesome product. You pay a little more but you only have to buy it once. Large is best for the 70lb on up dogs. I have a med. for puppies and 2 large. One with double door. The Mud River covers fit great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Farrar View Post
    Mine fits perfectly in my Super Crew Cab F150

    Good, I'm planning to do the same!

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