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ARC manufactures aluminum horse stalls and marine tubing bending tools.
ARC manufactures aluminum horse stalls and marine tubing bending tools.

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It may be Friday the 13th, but with our strong aluminum construction, you can keep bad luck out of your horse stalls. Have a good weekend! http://bit.ly/1KpSeby
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What sets our horse stalls apart is that they aren’t that far apart – the closer-together bars prevents a horse’s hoof going through the bar, keeping them protected and safe. http://bit.ly/1KpSeby
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Too many other brands of horse stalls look hard, but are actually soft by comparison. Our aluminum horse stalls contain magnesium and tungsten for a truly sturdy stall. http://bit.ly/1KpSeby
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When we say we sell “aluminum horse stalls,” you have to remember that there are many kinds of aluminum, and they aren’t all equal. Our horse stalls are made out of the thickest aluminum at this price point in the industry. http://bit.ly/1KpSeby
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The 3 ½’’ taller ARC bars on our ARC horse stalls serve multiple functions: not only does it make for a more visually attractive stall, it allows for increased airflow into the stall for your horses. http://www.bendarc.com/arc-stalls/construction-advice/
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The numbers show that our ARC horse stalls bars are 45% heavier than competitive products, and moreover, the high-strength alloy adds 28% more strength for a truly powerful bar. http://www.bendarc.com/arc-stalls/construction-advice/
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Everything we do with our horse stall doors is for safety. For both you and your horses. http://www.bendarc.com/arc-stalls/construction-advice/
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Building horse stalls doesn’t take long, but choosing the best materials can take a bit of time. That’s why we offer this construction advice so that you can build the best horse stalls possible. http://www.bendarc.com/arc-stalls/construction-advice/
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Horse stalls construction tip: Hardwood is the strongest choice, but you have to be certain it’s adequately dried (to avoid shrinkage and open gaps) and be sure it’s cut to 1.5’’ thick. http://bit.ly/1LzdXKw
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We’ve found that Lumberyard SPF wood remains the most widely used wood for our horse stalls, because it’s readily available; moderate in price, and strong. http://bit.ly/1LzdVCl
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