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Old 17 April 2013, 08:29   #11
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If it were me I would go for the 4m and sew in velcro so that the cover joins from the a frame and over each tube. Sew the elastic in place before you make the cut. Then sew on a webbing quick release either side to rejoin it
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Old 17 April 2013, 09:19   #12
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If it were me I would go for the 4m and sew in velcro so that the cover joins from the a frame and over each tube. Sew the elastic in place before you make the cut. Then sew on a webbing quick release either side to rejoin it
Think your right on that one. pitty can't get one of the shelf.
Iv'e still got that foam for the seat too, although i didn't use it my self in the end !!!
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