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Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by chris taylor, May 9, 2017.

  1. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    20170509_110204.jpg 20170509_110218.jpg 20170509_110237.jpg 20170509_110204.jpg 20170502_152947.jpg 20170501_090536.jpg After installing the new m/wave I felt I had to continue upgrading the rest of the interior which I considered to be necessary, now having done that, the next job was to remove the annex from the pop top as it was way to heavy and I felt it could do some serious damage when the top was up . That job is now done and I am satisfied that it is now safe. 20170509_110204.jpg
    as it used to be ,
     

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  2. Poptop

    Poptop Well-Known Member

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    Hi Chris
    That's a interesting bull bar, what's it's provenance? I like it!
     
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    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    The fact is that the old bar rusted out underneath so I removed it and did a bit of cutting and shutting and this is what I ended up with .the little man in the middle is a happy man standing on a peace sign
    Its provenance is " Woodstock "and it represented ,peace ,love ,and happiness , and the right to be able to live in a free world. that's what owning a Kombi is all about .
    :D:D:D;)
     
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    Poptop Well-Known Member

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    Fantastic response :)
     
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  5. Grantus

    Grantus Well-Known Member

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    And here I was, looking through the pics in the thread for the "interesting bullbar".............o_O

    Found it, in the avatar! :)
     
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    Shouldnt think it would offer must protection when you hit them roos Grantus. Lol
     
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    I did the same thing Grant. :D
     
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  8. Gerry and Robyn

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    Hi Chris, I have a canvas awning, carried in a bag like yours.
    The manufacturers sewed a full length sleeve in the bag to carry the poles.
    Did they do the same for you?
    Gerry
     
  9. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    Morning Gerry and Robyn,
    No the latter models have the poles built in to the actual frames of the annex, in other words, the poles are part of the frame and swivel on pins and are sort of free standing ,
    there are two upright poles which are height adjustable and two horizontal poles which extend out wards to tighten the whole thing up ,hence sort of free standing. there are ropes to tie them down if needed but I havnt had to use them as yet .

    you can look these up by getting on to ebay and type in Annexs for 4 x 4s or just ANNEXS. I you decide to get one of these try to get one off E,BAY and not from a camping store ,you will find they are cheaper through ebay. I paid $159 for a 2mtr by 1.1/2 mtr . do your research and you will save money.
    Regards Chris
     
  10. Gerry and Robyn

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    Thanks Chris.
    I just had a look at those on the web.
    They look like a good idea....
    I'll stick with mine while it's good.
    Gerry.
     
  11. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    Cupboard resto complete, plus some changes, as well as the changes to the brackets for the annex. 100_0793.JPG
    tec screws out st/steel pop rivets in for security. wont work loose, I hope. 100_0797.JPG 100_0799.JPG
    now is all good ,
     

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