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    littlebigpole, I will give it my best.

    I still have to track down the fabric, and think about it way too much as is my nature, so it will not be immediate. Don't give up on me though, I am nothing if not determined. If you decide to go for it with your tarp, let me know! Thanks!

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    I did it! I finished adding doors to my tarp two weekends ago. I know, I know, pics or it did not happen. The problem is that I have been looking for my camera for...well...about two weeks now. So I am working on the pictures end of the deal...

    I do not have an idea how much weight it added because I do not have a scale. It is not like the tarp was very light to begin with anyway.

    It was a simple modification. The worst part was doing a rolled hem on a curve. That was a test of patience for sure. If you have the money(and even if you don't), just use grograin.

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