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Old 04-20-2006, 08:42 PM   #71
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wear

I would like to see if I can spot any wear on the plastic. I am wondering how long it will last on the car. I was wondering about stress on the plastic by the screws and what not.
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Old 04-20-2006, 09:04 PM   #72
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Re: plexi

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i do wash my car once a week. that isn't so bad. Still waiting for those 'dirt' colored pictures of your chloroplast on the bottom.
ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!
I haven't washed my car since last year. I'm lazy like crazy.
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Re: It looks the same as the day

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I used 2 sheets of coroplast at $20/sheet. Evidently XFI can get it for under $10/sheet. The fasteners came from my junk drawer, so they were free.
Just to add to the availability of Coroplast, I have a supplier that can provide 4'X8' sheets 4mm thick in colors for $10 a sheet.

If anyone is near Louisiana and wants a sheet, give me a holler. Right now I have 1 sheet of black Coroplast leftover.
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chloroplast
Chloroplast = green stuff in plant cells responsible for photosynthesis.

Coroplast = brand name of corrugated plastic

not picking on you tom, as others have made this same mistake.

NOW...let the tomato throwing at the grammar nazi begin!!! *ducks*
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when i typed that...

I realized it was wrong, I was in a hurry to post I guess.....
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