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Old 04-06-2008, 07:49 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Ryland View Post
I use Polyurethane for nearly everything, because it works with nearly everything, you can get it in black as well, I tend to get the black polly roof caulk, because it holds up to heat well.
Thats sounds like it has some potential..

Originally Posted by LostCause View Post
If you want them removable, I'd figure out a way to bolt them from inside the trim piece.

If not, then I would use some of the left over epoxy from your tonneau project. Attach the pod with a fillet of epoxy and fiberglass tape, sand, paint, done...

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nah, fixed position is what i'm aiming for, a clean one piece look is what I like..

Originally Posted by LostCause View Post
P.S. I love watching all your projects. Your ability to get stuff done amazes me...
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Thanks man, I couldnt have done it without the internet and search

Originally Posted by Daox View Post
Heres a write up by a guy on another forum I visit. Looks pretty good IMO.
That turned out pretty darn good..
I like his results..

I'd like to figure out how to replicate texture too..

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