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48" x 60"x 1/4" plywood or plastic needed

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lamoe

Almost done tricking out multicab

Added bumpers,  new wheels / tires, new brake system, cloth canopy w/ clear side curtains, bed floor liner, spare tire  (chained down), oscillating fan in front and back, also chained down emergency container (complete tool kit, 2 road triangle reflectors, 2 ton hydraulic jack, towing cable, air pump, tire gauge,  jumper cables, water (for radiator), engine oil, first aid kit)

Included above to provide fodder - might as well ask if I missed anything - will be told anyway?:showing-ass:

Now need a support for cloth canopy to prevent excessive water build up

Have two aluminum "U" channels and narrow wooden cross member that work OK but want to seal front of canopy to stop seepage.

Need something a little wider

Would prefer plastic  -  polycarbonate panel would be perfect  4 to 6 mil (not P)

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Bama

4' x 8' polycarbonate panels are available at my local Citi Hardware for approx. 1100 PHP each.

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lamoe
11 minutes ago, Bama said:

4' x 8' polycarbonate panels are available at my local Citi Hardware for approx. 1100 PHP each.

have 4 here - long drive to yours ? also wet

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Bama
4 minutes ago, lamoe said:

have 4 here - long drive to yours ? also wet

Going to your local Citi Hardware would probably be your best bet.LOL

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the.lone.gunman

Someone has to ask........what are u gonna do with the multicab ?

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lamoe
1 minute ago, the.lone.gunman said:

Someone has to ask........what are u gonna do with the multicab ?

Drive it?

I didn't realize how much I'd miss driving

Get 6 / 7 Km to L in Cebu City  (100 / 150 Km / week)  - 11 / 12 Km  L when in Bohol

Had vans and SUVs before - missed the higher road view

Will be less than 300 K P when all done - didn't buy it 2nd hand from anyone here in Cebu - assembled in Lapu Lapu

4 WD, Air, Auto, Power Steering, etc. - 220 K

New brake system and rims / tires (14" up from 13")  most expensive  = 35 K 

(neither was bad - just not good)

 

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the.lone.gunman

pics ?

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Dafey
1 hour ago, lamoe said:

4 WD, Air, Auto, Power Steering, etc. - 220 K

You got AC on your multicab? How's that work on a hill?

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41 minutes ago, Dafey said:

You got AC on your multicab? How's that work on a hill?

Not sure - with the 7" fan in front haven't used it yet except to defog window

The air that came out was cold - flat streets - no hills

The auto and power steering are a god send - 4 WD I used going to Flower Farm and her sister's house - very steep ramp up side of hill

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Dafey

did it come with AC or did you install? and if you installed pila tanan?

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lamoe
1 hour ago, the.lone.gunman said:

pics ?

Tried sending you a PM - said you can't receive

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lamoe
11 minutes ago, Dafey said:

did it come with AC or did you install? and if you installed pila tanan?

Had all Installed when built

Sold, gave away all my tools - enough to equip a decent garage here - car ramps  - no hoist and no tire balancer

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On 9/11/2018 at 10:32 AM, Bama said:

4' x 8' polycarbonate panels are available at my local Citi Hardware for approx. 1100 PHP each.

Thanks - 1,376 P here

Cut in half - laid in so channels are crosswise - if still bows  will add the Aluminum U's back underneath not on top

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