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I am thinking about producing these straps. Not too sure if this is right spot to put this or not(move it if you want Poser). Kicking around olive drab webbing as a color. I have a local upholstery co. that could make these for me. The only thing I don't have figured are the hooks/hoops/metal parts. Straps only. Thoughts?
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well they can put the double 'd' rings on one end...they are common and should be easy for them to get.

are the straps nylon or cotton?
 
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well they can put the double 'd' rings on one end...they are common and should be easy for them to get.

are the straps nylon or cotton?
I still have my oem straps(rust colored) and the upholsterer said they need to be cotton webbing. Nylon would be tougher. Where can I get those "d" rings?
 
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Webelk6, I am in for one. Just something that looks close to original works for me. I went to a fabric shop about getting oiled canvas and was told it was not available form them. I think you need to buy a lot and special order it or make it yourself.
 
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Webelk6, I am in for one. Just something that looks close to original works for me. I went to a fabric shop about getting oiled canvas and was told it was not available form them. I think you need to buy a lot and special order it or make it yourself.
the website Johnny C put up for the hardware is really cheap. I want to make them as oem as possible. Talked to a fellow mudder, and the original color was khaki . Toyota switched to a "olive drab/green color. Not sure when, but I got some oem jump seat straps from cdan and they were the olive/green color.

The double "d" rings are removable as the have a "slit" on the flat side. Hopefully The "d" ring that mounts to the tub will be the same allowing me to make literally 100's if I want and add the rings after production.

Again not too sure if it would be worth my time, and if anyone would buy some.
Scott
 
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Scott, I have a tool bag that is rotten and in really bad shape. But, It is good for a pattern if your interested. It i a fold over and roll up design with tie bows. let me know if you want some pics and if you are going to do this I can mail it to you to use.

george
 
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