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    Quote Originally Posted by growler2058 View Post
    Faaark was gunna hit ya up at the snow meetup

    edit: So thatís a no for rooftop bags then

    Roof top bags coming soon don't worry about that cocko lol

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    My son reminds me every time I put it on that it's his, he won it at the very first meet I went to at Matt's place and when he's buys a 4x4 he's getting it back.
    Little does he know he's not getting it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    My son reminds me every time I put it on that it's his, he won it at the very first meet I went to at Matt's place and when he's buys a 4x4 he's getting it back.
    Little does he know he's not getting it...
    That's cruel.
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    My wheel bags are still going strong. Love em!

    Roof top bags.........make em wait - more! lol
    Last edited by DX grunt; 17th July 2021 at 06:26 PM.
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    Why did I not buy 2-3 of these when the master was still crafting? lol
    Anyways the bag is still in very fine form. I still stand this is the best quality bag on the market that I've seen to-date. And its not just because AB makes them. In terms of material and craft of it, it is in it's own league.
    The only thing going off is the velcros being worn and drying off.
    Anybody successfully replaced these? And if so, with that type? I had a quick look at Bunnings and can't really decipher what will bond good to this type of canvas.

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    Re-stitching fresh hook & loop (velcro) is the only real long term solution unfortunately Hodgey Mate. There was a glue available in Australia many years back that was able to etch its way into pvc type vinyl but was banned for import, nasty stuff Iím assuming.
    Any boat type cover manufacturer nearby your place should be able to stitch on a fresh set of strips and or swing by the valley one day passing through, thereís one out here too


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Re-stitching fresh hook & loop (velcro) is the only real long term solution unfortunately Hodgey Mate. There was a glue available in Australia many years back that was able to etch its way into pvc type vinyl but was banned for import, nasty stuff I’m assuming.
    Any boat type cover manufacturer nearby your place should be able to stitch on a fresh set of strips and or swing by the valley one day passing through, there’s one out here too


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    and get them to stitch that small tear too @ Hodge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Re-stitching fresh hook & loop (velcro) is the only real long term solution unfortunately Hodgey Mate. There was a glue available in Australia many years back that was able to etch its way into pvc type vinyl but was banned for import, nasty stuff Iím assuming.
    Any boat type cover manufacturer nearby your place should be able to stitch on a fresh set of strips and or swing by the valley one day passing through, thereís one out here too


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    Stitching never occurred to me. But makes absolute sense.
    The long Velcro on the lid flap is fine. The 2 smaller ones on the bag front are all but gone.

    There's a boat place 400m from me. Will swing in and ask their sewing skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    and get them to stitch that small tear too @ Hodge.
    That was the mongrel van driver courier who done a runner after reversing into me few years ago.
    Had to replace the big barn door and wheel bracket. The bag copped it all unscathed except somehow it made that slice into it ...

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    Iíve been meaning to get both of mine redone as well, bags are fine just the Velcro 👌
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