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Note: We do not charge a custom layout fee to refurbish a Phoenix West or Warners Tack Trunk as we already have the cutouts. Custom layout fees apply to custom-made trunks.
NOTE: Below is standard Phoenix West or Warner Trunk Sizes. We can do custom size too but would need to see the trunk before we can commit to making the replacement vinyls.
Small Side Panel (18″D x 18″H)
Small Top (32″L x 18″D)
Medium Front Panel (34″L x19.5″H)
Medium Side Panel (20.75″D x 19.5″H)
Medium Top (34″L x 20.75″D)
Large Front Panel (38.5″L x 22.25″H,)
Large Side Panels (23.75″D x 22.25″H,)
Large Top (38.5″L x 23.75″D)
How to Measure a Custom Size or Confirm the Size of your Trunk?
Measure in between the bumpers and from end to end. The plastic sits under the trim so you would want to measure the trim.
If you are matching your barn or stall color, adding a personalized logo, or making a selection from among the hundreds of stock art options, you have the ability to customize your choices. We have an array of options when it comes to lettering from choosing your own fonts to the different lettering styles. Encircled monograms, lettering, or style may be combined with such design elements as a piped border. Standard colors are available, or you may also select from over 70 colors of Sunbrella Marine Canvas, an extremely durable fabric backed by a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty against fading. This is a material that provides a sleek, wrinkle-free appearance.
Replacing Your Vinyl Yourself is an Easy Process
When replacing a single panel, you only want to remove the molding from that side of the tack trunk. Once the vertical corner molding is removed, you must cut the horizontal molding at the corners using a pair of tin snips or metal cutters. Next, the two ¾-inch horizontal strips next to the top and bottom wood bumpers must be removed. If you are removing the side panels, be sure to remove the handles. Finally, there are securing staples that need to be removed before you can peel off the vinyl trunk panels.
New panels are attached with the wood backing one at a time, face up. In other words, your graphic needs to be parallel to the ground for proper orientation. You will have four small banding nails to secure these panels. These are to hold your panel in the proper position while you attach the molding. Next, attach the ¾-inch horizontal molding using the provided banding nails on all three sides, if needed. What follows is the 90-degree vertical corner molding, again, using the ¾-inch nails included.
You want to attach the handles you removed from the end panels first by drilling the three pilot holes as they are positioned on the handles using a ¼-inch drill bit. You are going to hammer the included 10/32 T-Nuts into the pilot holes. This is completed by screwing on the handles from the outside using the provided 10/32 x 1¼-inch flat-head machine screws. It is important not to over-tighten these screws.
Note, adding a logo will be quoted separately.