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RE: tonneau

Should have opted for a lear (?) cover... the one that is hard covered,
high as the cab roof, easy to put on and off and most importantly, has
screened windows ... so the plants don't cook. Also nice that you don't
have to lay all the plants down since it is taller.


> Just installed a soft tonneau cover on my pickup [and they said it
> couldn't be done!]. Man, glad I don't do that for a living. But it
> should keep plants from getting too blown around when we go to
> nurseries and sales.
> Island Jim
> Southwest Florida
> Zone 10

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