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The HiTie Trailer Tie System

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The HiTie Trailer Tie System


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Shipping weight = 17.00 lbs.

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Product Summary:

The HiTie™ Trailer Tie System
Developed to provide a comfortable and safe alternative to trailer tying and portable corrals.  Gives the horses free movement and access to an area equivalent of a 13' diameter round pen.  Heavy duty stainless steel high strength fiberglass construction safely secures your horse and stands up to the elements
  • Horses can graze, eat, drink, roll and lie down while being tied
  • 48" L fiberglass arm made of same material used to moor large boats
  • System includes: HiTie arm, mounting hardware with instructions, and one D-Ring Pin and Safety Clip (Bungee Tie shown is NOT included)

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had this product previously and I loved it, so did my horse.
CAROL G on Feb 9, 2017
Been wanting one for years. I mainly trail ride but also camp -- good use for my horse either way!
Hilda H on Jan 21, 2016
What is the amount of FORCE that this can take ? I am thinking of using it to be a " gin pole " for getting the saddle from the saddle rack to the horse from the swing out in a Sundowner W/rear tack.
larry n on Mar 21, 2015
Best Answer: Due to manufacturer liability weight guidelines are not available.
Reply · Report · Diann HStaff on Mar 23, 2015
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bungee for HiTie system is not available from you....?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2016
Best Answer: No bungee tie is not included (see description). That is an option that not all people prefer.

I have yet to use mine, just got it attached to the trailer recently -- live in SW Wisconsin so haven't done any camping yet. Sure am glad I made the investment in the Hi Tie system -- but may look into the bungee in the future.
Reply · Report · Hilda H on Apr 25, 2016
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