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Old January 9th, 2013, 10:13 AM
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Rear canvas for a 130?

Where is the best place to find a new one? I have the frame, just need a new canvas.

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Old January 9th, 2013, 10:58 AM
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Where is the best place to find a new one? I have the frame, just need a new canvas.

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Roversnorth most likely...check w/ RDS, but doubt he's got that.
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Old January 9th, 2013, 11:04 AM
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Old January 9th, 2013, 11:10 AM
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I've heard great things about them, though they can be slow/unresponsive. LOVE their rollup sides tilt...it's awesome. The other issue is shipping to the states on a big item like that may be cost prohibitive.
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Old January 9th, 2013, 11:22 AM
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Where is the best place to find a new one? I have the frame, just need a new canvas.

Thx

Hmm. Are you happy with the loop look? Or are you going to want a belt rail. I made a loop one for my Doublecab. But I think I am going to go with a rail to tighten it up and clean it up....

I know I can make one if I have an old one to copy patterns... I am doing a run of Double cab ones later this spring (I owe Tom one)...
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Old January 9th, 2013, 11:26 AM
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I can't like those fawkers. Every time I have tried to spend money in their direction they screw it up.
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Old January 9th, 2013, 11:39 AM
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Is that the same size as a D90 truck cab tilt ?

As I have a AWT black mohair tilt for sale.... it's the older style that uses the frame around the rear window.
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Is that the same size as a D90 truck cab tilt ?

As I have a AWT black mohair tilt for sale.... it's the older style that uses the frame around the rear window.
Not the same size as a truck cab...130 has the hicap rear bed, which is a unique animal.
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FWIW I have three of these and prefer the latest design with loops/velcro/ and zippers and the PVC canvas. The earlier versions don't hold a candle to it.
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FWIW I have three of these and prefer the latest design with loops/velcro/ and zippers and the PVC canvas. The earlier versions don't hold a candle to it.
Is the newer one the part# LR010175 / LR024845?
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Is the newer one the part# LR010175 / LR024845?
Was wondering the same.

I emailed the folks in the UK, got a quick response back with a cost of $448.00 plus $158.00 shipping for the tilt WITH roll up windows/back. That thing is bad ***. Looking forward to checking out RN's...

Thanks for the info fellows.
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I have one available, almost new, from a 2012 defender 130 .... I can ship to the states too ...

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get the one with side windows. can't see s*** out of the solid ones.
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I like to get a new one with windows. The one I have is great but you can't see s$&-t as Todd said. If anyone wants I will be selling mine.
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I like to get a new one with windows. The one I have is great but you can't see s$&-t as Todd said. If anyone wants I will be selling mine.
I'd think - at best - the windows in the canvas only give you marginally more visibility? They're small, and they're plastic. Maybe I'm wrong, I certainly don't speak from experience.

I would also think - from a security standpoint - you may not want anyone to see if you have gear/etc in the back.
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You could also probably fairly easily bring your top with no windows to a boat trim shop and have them put in some windows if you're happy with the fit otherwise...
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I'd think - at best - the windows in the canvas only give you marginally more visibility? They're small, and they're plastic. Maybe I'm wrong, I certainly don't speak from experience.

I would also think - from a security standpoint - you may not want anyone to see if you have gear/etc in the back.
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Well marginal maybe. But without them zero. They have a back window so people can see in already. Maybe the bigger mirrors like Doug has are the best answer.
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