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Old 09-07-2009, 03:43 PM
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stack covers?

just to say i love everything about my stacks, sound, looks, everything, only exception is that with a white truck every time it rains the truck turns black from the stacks back.. if ino its gonna rain ill ncover them with 5 gallon buckets at night, but its kind of a pain in the a$$ to carry 2 buckets around.. ive heard about stack bags, idk if thats what their actually name is, but basically its a bag theat slides over the stack and has a string that tightens it around the stack. ive searched the internet and cant find anything. just wondering if anyone else heard of these? or knows where to get a set? thanks.
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Old 09-07-2009, 03:45 PM
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Check out IOWA80.COM - On-line chrome shop for chrome and stainless semi truck accessories , I think they may have something for you.
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What about a 1 gallon sandwich bag and a big rubber band?
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i know a few people that use a couple of folgers coffee cans. and their easier to carry around than 5 gallon buckets.
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Old 09-07-2009, 04:19 PM
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or smaller buckets lined in a durable bed coating.. You can check out Tarps and Tarpaulin Accessories Available at Custom Tarpaulin Products, Inc. I am sure they can come up with a durable and functional cover. Have dealt with them many times and every time has been a success on custom designs!
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Old 09-07-2009, 04:25 PM
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I have a set of those stack hats. I never use them, the hard plastic leaves a horizontal wear line on my chrome stacks. It actually rubbed the chrome finish off some. It is at the bottom of the stack hat that does it, the wind blows them around and rubs the stacks.
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they don't make em for my 7's
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hmm.. a one gallon sandwhich bag could work.. id rather use a 5 gallon bucket other then those hats just for the reason of rubbing.. theres enough play that the wind can blow and the bucket never makes contact with the side of the stack, only the top where it sits.. i just might rig up something with a bplastic bag, and keep on the search for those other ones. my buddy said there was a dealer around here that had them but the went out of business..
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