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Old 07-29-2006, 04:45 PM   #11
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they probably dont ship to jersey do they...
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Old 07-30-2006, 03:32 PM   #12
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Coroplast

Where do you buy your Coroplast at?
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Check local sign shops!
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I just bought mine from an online sign supply company. The only catch is they can't ship it in anything larger than 2'x4' sheets. The 6mm that I got looks like it will do the job just fine once I finally get a chance to get under the car.
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With the election year coming up, there are TONS of free coroplast to be harvested from every intersection corner. Just take down the person your not voting for's campaign sign.
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Makes a rather bountiful supply of material for libertarians and independents then.
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i works somewheres that happens to have bunches of signs that are roughly 1x2 feet.

not sure of thickness exactly, and can't sell them off, but i could aquire a few of them.

So, generally speaking, signage sized stuff is good enough for a belly pan?

Seems rather lightweight, maybee even flimsy considering highway speeds
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