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Thanks,rowerwet, I'm waiting to get registered on tnttt, guess I'll read for awhile and then start a thread over there. Can't wait to get started. Tried to read up on some of your long thread over there but not sure how to open up the pages? Tried to get some pictures of the "Grey Slug" up on here, but that didn't work.Anyone do any Foamie out buildings, garden sheds etc?I want to do a rough mock of what I want to do on the Cherokee to play with size and such, but it's cold and I have some honey dos that might get me put down if not completed first. Mike
Hey thanks Rowerwet could use some help, I built a luan box for the top of my Subaru, and covered that with paint and bedsheets, worked great, had it on the road for a couple of months.
Back again , not sure why I couldn't see my text as I typed and what that request to give the comment a body was about, see how this goes, the box is gone now anyway. I'm a technophobe. I'm going to try to do a mock up of what I want to do, then I will have to learn how to get pictures posted? Is there a way to sculpt the foam. I'm thinking of getting a thick piece and trying to get it to fit the curve of my roof I think that might work better then kerfing and bending it? Also I had better luck with sheets that were a cotton/polyester blend, is this a fail waiting to happen? Looks like it's allowing me to see the text this time, it wasn't scrolling down before. Thanks again for the offer to help, got a million questions but it might be better to get something going first.
Hi I'm interested in building a foam sleeper top on a jeep grand cherokee I just bought for this purpose. It will hang off the rear about 3' supported some way on a trailer hitch. Not sure how to comment here whats a body, and why can't I see my typing?
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