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Old 09-16-2010, 05:09 AM
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soft cover with stacks???? anyone do it?

i'm thinking about putting stack in the truck... but i need to be able to close the cover to keep the water out... any ideas? i seen a toolbox with a spot for the stack... anyone know what i'm talking about?
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Old 09-16-2010, 08:22 AM
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I'm sure it's been done before but the cutouts for the stacks will kill the purpose of the cover as water will be able to get in where the stack cut outs are because I'm sure you don't want the cover hugging the stack
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yea, def. to hot... i'm thinking about getting a 12" tool box and then making dividers and making the stacks come through the box... and then have a tool box in the center of the stacks...
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There is a guy over on PSN that has stacks with his bed cover. His username is Blcksmk08 I believe, or something very close to that.
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yea, def. to hot... i'm thinking about getting a 12" tool box and then making dividers and making the stacks come through the box... and then have a tool box in the center of the stacks...
Do the stack run through the lid of the tool box? if so how are you going to open it?
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If you could do some awesome fab work with a tool box, you could make it open in 3 sections with 3 lids and have the stack or stacks come through it between the lids, divided off from the inside of the tool box of course. If that makes sense, I think it would be pretty cool.
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yep, thats exactly what i'm thinking about... taking a standard box and cutting the lid in 3 parts so on the oside compartments the stacks with come through and then put partitions to make a center tool box... probley put some fiber glass in the parts with the stacks to try to disapate the heat... not to sure hot hot thats going to make that box with the stacks throug them...
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I remember seeing a stack shop that made tool boxes to go around the stacks just cant recall their name anyone know that place?
Chris
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