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got my light covers yesterday will be using them over easter will try to get some pics

great product

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Happy Easter to all.  :cheers: Have a great time away but be safe or just home with family. I'm still available if you need canvas things made.   :D

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Hi Sarah,  thanks again for the bags they are perfect.  Cheers



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Happy Easter to all.  :cheers: Have a great time away but be safe or just home with family. I'm still available if you need canvas things made.   :D

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how did ya go with that recovery bag thing
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Hi Sarah,  thanks again for the bags they are perfect.  Cheers

I'm glad you like them.

how did ya go with that recovery bag thing

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Also if u do come to the camp measue me up for awning and floor bags.
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Got my light cover and jaffle cover. All works fantastic. Thanks

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Here is a pic of the light covers Nay-DMAX got me for my birthday! They hold McGirr's lights perfectly. Thanks Sarah!

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Hi Sarah,

I'd like a canvas bag for my rubber mats.
I have 8 of the interlocking mats that I carry for under the shower, and also for the camper door.

The bag would need to be 66cm x 66cm x 10cm internally, with a velcro flap (same style as your security cable bag).

Grey canvas would be good, and postage would be to Werribee VIC, 3030.

Thanks
Geoff

What a great idea could I get a quote for the same please Sarah
also I have some chairs that have them covers which only just fit. they are ARB sport chairs plus heaps of annexe walls etc would you be able to quote on these if I gave you the measurements.
So expensive to buy good quality cover but by the sunds of it everyone is happy with your items and they seem reasonably priced.
Thanks
Steve

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What a great idea could I get a quote for the same please Sarah
also I have some chairs that have them covers which only just fit. they are ARB sport chairs plus heaps of annexe walls etc would you be able to quote on these if I gave you the measurements.
So expensive to buy good quality cover but by the sunds of it everyone is happy with your items and they seem reasonably priced.
Thanks
Steve

Its $40.00 + postage without handles or $45.00 + postage with handles for that size mat bag. Its 66 x 66 x 10 + Velcro flap. That fitted 8 mats with a little bit of extra room to allow putting in & out easily. Some mat brands are a different size so you might need to check yours.

The one in Geoff's photo doesn't have handles. 

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Mark 3 - Velcro/nylon loops for attaching to poles and bows etc in awnings. Various sizes available for different LED light strips. PM for orders/sizing.



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Hi Sarah,

I'd like 3 holders please, in grey, to suit McGirr's 50cm lights.
Could you make them with 2 velcro/nylon loops, at 27cm centres, please?
I would like them to also have a webbing loop at the open end, to hang the lights vertically.

I'd also like 3 holders please, in grey, to suit McGirr's 100cm lights.
2 of the holders would have velcro/nylon loops like your pics (for a 100cm light, guessing 5 loops, equally spaced).
1 of the holders would not have velcro/loops, but would have a strip of velcro (fluffy side) full length along the back.
I would like all 3 of them to also have a webbing loop at the open end, to hang the lights vertically.

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Modified LED light holder for another customer - webbing loops for horizontal or vertical mounting to awning/tent/camper poles. Webbing can be slid over poles or provides loops for cable ties etc. This one holds 20x45mm LED light strips.



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Hi Sarah,

When hanging these vertically from the loop at the end, what keeps the light inside the holder?

Thanks,
Geoff
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Hi Sarah,

When hanging these vertically from the loop at the end, what keeps the light inside the holder?

Thanks,
Geoff

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Prado Rear Door Organiser - designed for the rear door compartment of Prados - product design completed and testing about to get underway by Scooters5 (Thanks for the idea and measurements Scooters5)

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Another happy customer here  ;D

Purchased

2 x bags (pink and blue) for the kids to put their toys in - fits between the two seats in the back of the car
2 x air hose bags
2 x security cable bags
2 x LED light covers

All very strong and good quality. Very happy with the price and service! Thanks Sarah :cheers:

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Hi Sarah, here is that photo showing you where I measured from, hope this makes sense  :cheers:
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"G" all the work looks really good, I'll be getting some items made soon myself.



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 measure me up for a swag

Sarah hasn't got enough canvas for that  >:D >:D ;D ;D
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Sarah hasn't got enough canvas for that  >:D >:D ;D ;D

A nice bright pink one for Lost's big toe.  >:D Do you think he would like that xcvator?  :angel:

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A nice bright pink one for Lost's big toe.  >:D Do you think he would like that xcvator?  :angel:
Yeah, that would match his eyes first thing in the morning  ;D ;D ;D
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A nice bright pink one for Lost's big toe.  >:D Do you think he would like that xcvator?  :angel:
na, its me little toe that's permanently dislocated thanks to a bodgey nurse.. One doctor offered to remove it and asked if I wanted it done...
Now if he had of just done it without asking I wouldn't have cared. but since he asked, I couldn't say yes hack it off you bastard....

You can make me the recovery bag out of pink if you like :D
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Got sick n tired of the wasted space in the rear door compartment of my Prado and my ability to use this space in a handy manner, so I sent off a quick email to Sarah to see if she could do something to help my conundrum. A couple of measurements followed by some ‘brain storming’ ideas to and thro and the ‘Prado Organiser’ was developed.

My current ‘day to day’ things I like to carry round:
2 x ‘D’ Shackles for the trailer
1 x 7 Flat to 7 round pin plug adapter
1 x set of Staun Tire deflators and a tire gauge
2 x Ratchet Tie downs for quick use with the trailer/roof rack
4 x Eye bolts c/w ‘track nuts’ for tying things on the Rhino Platform
1 x Small pump for quick/minor airbag adjustment (saves me getting the compressor out)
1 x Length of Shock cord c/w Karabiners for general handy use securing loads in the back of the Prado

And there is still room for more and SWMBO wouldn’t look in there…..Hmmm?   ;D

The Organiser is sized to fit perfectly in the allocated slot and I ordered 4 removable Velcro dividers (I’m sure if you wanted more Sarah would be happy to sort you out with this). This makes for a flexible configuration that I can alter to accommodate different set ups for specific equipment on longer trips away.

The craftsmanship is as always (and I can attest to this as I’m starting build a collection of bags from Sarah) is second to none. Solidly stitched and made of canvas…..will probably outlast my lifetime. About a day or two after the final design it was on my door step. This particular unit is obviously sized for the Prado 150 although if you give Sarah your required measurements I’m sure she could manufacture one to your specific size and equipment requirements.

Thanks again Sarah for your help with this, I’m sure I’ll be back for something else soon.

Paul/Scud

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Thanks Sarah
 
Received the packages on Friday and was wrapped with them and the service.

I still haven't given up on the canvas tail gate for the hilux though! This will be a  best seller and you (or we) will have to patent the idea..........

Cheers
Rosifumi

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Great idea, must check to see what I have shoved in there and might go the same way.


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I am after an organizer to store the iPad & a camps 7 book between the seats on the Landcruiser. When traveling there is just the two of us & we have the back (2nd row) seat lifted up. We would like to be able to Velcro it to the seat so it will sit above the centre console between the seats. I can take a photo if this explains it better?
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