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Its tough stuff but I'm worried about exaust temps. I have a source for the stuff and was thinking about giving it a try.



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it won't hurt to try something new

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I think it is a great idea - your rig would require some really thick plastic, cause of the weight, but prolly worth the price. I really hope to get this setup for a skip on my jeep soon too. (soon is within two years at this point) :finger:
 

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Use the stuff that Cutting boards are made from :thumb:

It has been done many times, but get it thick like 1"

When it gets all sratched up, use your Iron and smooth it out again! :mrgreen:
 

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that was funny....

I had actually thought of something similar to that... I'm having my TC clocked above the framerails, so that means that nothing will be hanging below anymore..just need a couple of notches for the driveshafts, and I can skidplate that sucker all the way...Something I been thinking about anyhow.. If you try it Matt, let me know how it works out? What are your prices on the 1" stuff? :beer:
 

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This is stuff out of the scrap pile at work. right now I have:

1/2" thick chunk of Poly,

A load of 1/4" Lexan. Enough to build at least two windshields for the Blazer and a bunch of smaller stuff.

Right now my windshield is toast so if I have the time, I'm going to replace it with the thick lexan and see what happens since there is no money into it. I'll have to look into what it takes to cut the Lexan.



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