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good idea, very functional, could come in very handy.

Esthetics could be worked on a bit, though if you want to appeal to lots of people. :)
 
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I hope it's for camping or recovery gear. It is far too nice to use as a trash bag. It would make a great quick access recovery gear bag for a strap, shackles and small winching gear made of mud friendly material. Maybe keep the bag size limited to tire diameter (rounded bottom ??) and offer them in a few common sizes (31/265, 33/285, 35/315). I think you could have something there.

For a trash bag I prefer something cheap and durable like burlap or the man made alternatives. Something like the mung bean sack tied to my spare.

 
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it was the first one made by a awning firm, like most things the first one can always be inproved on The material got a 10 yr warrenty on took about 7 hours to make and are really strong
 
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I took the photo to a awning company in nashville he ask me $120 but say he can't do it for less than $250 it is really strong
 
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That South African model looks great.

I'm sure there's a market for this, if it's not already being sold. You could research it online and see if it'd be worth it to start up your own website and sell it. You'd have to nail the keywords though. I think it'd double fine for trash, just make it easy to line it with a plastic bag that you can remove once it's full.
 

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