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TONNEAU COVER
27-10-2011, 07:52 AM (This post was last modified: 27-10-2011 07:54 AM by MR.BANTAM.)
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TONNEAU COVER
Hi guys how r u all doing?Thumb
I need some advice from u all.
Its time for me to put a tonneau cover on my Bantam bakkie, now the problem is that im gonna get the one that works with the stretchcord and not the one that clips in a plastic bracket becauce the clip-in one does not last as long as the stretchcord type.Thinking What can i do to prevent the cover and cord to damage the paint on the sides and at the edges where the cover pulls over the body??IonoNono
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27-10-2011, 10:40 AM
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RE: TONNEAU COVER
The best way to prevent the cords chaffing through the paint in my opinon is VPS, it is a clear polyurethane that is stuck around the edges of the bakkie. Here in PE the fitment centre charges about R400 for a 50mm strip around the whole bak.

Hope this helps.
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27-10-2011, 12:27 PM
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RE: TONNEAU COVER
(27-10-2011 10:40 AM)Wells Wrote:  The best way to prevent the cords chaffing through the paint in my opinon is VPS, it is a clear polyurethane that is stuck around the edges of the bakkie. Here in PE the fitment centre charges about R400 for a 50mm strip around the whole bak.

Hope this helps.

Thank you so much WellsClap
Awaiting quote from fitment centre in JHB.
RegardsWorshippy
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