Auto tanner, help what size?

Submitted by Jon Bradshaw on 1/23/01. ( )

I am planning on getting an auto tanner. The question I have is
what size should I get? I don't what to get the small and find
out I need the large one. I will be doing whitetail and mule deer
capes mainly.With a few full size deer skins, and couple elk
each year.Any feedback, or do's and don't would be nice.

Thanks Jon

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This response submitted by ken graf on 1/23/01. ( )

Jon if you mount more than 10 deer per year and less than 30 get the small one if you do more than that get the big one i bought the small one and in less than a year bought the big one now i run both of them all the time hope this helps Ken

Good Answer Ken

This response submitted by Art on 1/23/01. ( )

If you are doing lifesize, you probably want the big one.
You can do a lifesize deer in one, but it's tight.
Good luck...I love mine

A large elk cape is a tight push in the sma;; one

This response submitted by John C on 1/23/01. ( )

The advice up above is good. Here is what I have ran into.

Elk capes are a tight squeeze. More than 2 deer capes is tight. I get better results I feel running one cape at a time with more water. When use less than 2 gallons the capes tend to wad up. This causes you to have to run the longer or again.

Looking at your potential business growth pattern, how many this year verses the last few years. Do you get or have a chance to do some large life-size? Deer, bear etc. if so then go with the big one. If all you are ever going to do is deerheads, then the small one is what you need. John C

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