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Old 12-21-2013, 09:50 AM
Truly Beautiful Lawn Care Truly Beautiful Lawn Care is offline
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what type of material do you use to cover the top , and where do you get it at? Does it hold up well?
Sorry for the delay. Its basically a removeable metal shell. On top of that, we used the material that goes under stucco (forgot the name). Covered the entire shell with this material. I was still getting lots of blowby. So doubled up a mesh tarp. Feel free to ask anymore questions. Thanks, J
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Old 12-21-2013, 09:51 AM
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You have a really nice setup! Its similiar to mine.
Thanks. Any pics? Would like to see where I can improve on my set up. Thanks, J
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Old 12-28-2013, 06:59 PM
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Truly,
Try getting concrete debris tarps. Very sturdy, durable and multi functional. It should come in a big roll at a contractor supply house. You can cut what you need to cover the top. Use a grommet set to make holes or weave/sew in a 1/2 braided rope around the edges. The debris tarps are what we use to pull loads of leaves and brush from the back yard to the front(old grunt style). After 4 years we finally wore our first one out.
By the way, Great Set Up!!!!
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Old 12-28-2013, 07:40 PM
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Truly,
Try getting concrete debris tarps. Very sturdy, durable and multi functional. It should come in a big roll at a contractor supply house. You can cut what you need to cover the top. Use a grommet set to make holes or weave/sew in a 1/2 braided rope around the edges. The debris tarps are what we use to pull loads of leaves and brush from the back yard to the front(old grunt style). After 4 years we finally wore our first one out.
By the way, Great Set Up!!!!
Thanks for the info on the tarp. Researching it now. Thanks for the props on the set up!
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Old 12-29-2013, 08:26 AM
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Truly,
I was a bit wrong in naming. It is just referred to as a debris tarp. Here is a link. It is a bit pricey but it last for a very long time.

http://www.eagleencl.com/debrisnetting

I get mine from Hertz Contractor Supply here in KC.
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