Then I ordered a 5'x7' water resistant canvas tarp and made some ribs to support it. The ribs are made of PVC trim I found at Lowes and I just cut and notched the wood blocks on the table saw at home. The blocks just slip into the rail holders on the sides and can be easily removed.
Heres what it looks like behind the jeep without the tarp.
And with the tarp.
[QUOTE=molshove;11431841]"I'll disregard the second half of your post with the understanding that this kind of **** flies in the YJ forum, cluttered with 16 year olds and infantile adults with no future - but we don't support it here."[/QUOTE]
I think you need a certain number of posts before you can post pictures in the thread. However, if you were to upload the pics to a photo hosting site like photobucket, you could link us to those pictures.
Where did you purchase your canvas top cover? Does it work well or does it flap significantly at highway speeds?
I found a 5' x 7' water resistant cotton tarp at mytarp.com for $17.63 and figured that was a good deal.
Brian in San Francisco
"For all their faults and all nations have them, the US are a force for good; they have liberal and democratic traditions of which any nation can be proud. I sometimes think it is a good rule of thumb to ask of a country: are people trying to get into it or out of it? It's not a bad guide to what sort of country it is." Tony Blair
Not a collector just an avid Jeeper. Got fibreglas boat bows from West Marine, some 1" x 6' stiffeners from Lowe's, a heavy cotton duck canvas from Northern Tool, grommit kit, bungee cord and some sailor's knots. Cut plywood to fit the top taper and I camp in it offroad.