Apr 012012
 

I spent much of this weekend playing with working on my new truck. I fixed some air leaks under the dash, and I installed the new cargo cover kit that I bought. The cargo cover kit, consisting of a large fitted vinyl tarpaulin and a set of bows, came in a large crate about the size of a coffin. I had to pick it up at the nearest truck freight depot.

So, the truck is ready for a spin around the neighborhood now! Unfortunately, by the time the truck was ready, I wasn’t. Getting old stinks! I’m exhausted, and my back, hands, knees and elbows are killing me. Oh, well, next weekend for sure! 😉

  5 Responses to “M923 Gets its Cargo Cover”

  1. GLAD KIT MADE THE JOURNEY OK!!! LOOKS MOST
    EXCELLENT……CAMO GROUPING MATCHES THE TRUCK
    VERY WELL…..ALL GOOD…….NOW GET RESTED UP SO
    YOU CAN GO OUT” STYLIN AND PROFILING” LOL….
    GLAD YOU ARE SATISFIED…..SO LEAVE ME SOME
    POSITIVE FEEDBACK ON MY PROFILE PAGE …SO THE
    REST OF THE S.S. KNOW I DEAL IN FIRST QUALITY
    STUFF AT A FAIR PRICE..+…THANKS FOR THE PURCHASE
    BILL

  2. so where can you purchase a bow and tarp kit for the m923?? thanks

  3. and how much does it run ya??

    • I bought my kit from another member of the Steel Soldiers web forum. He posted in the forum’s classified ad section. I got the last complete kit that he had for sale, and I don’t know of any other sources right now.

      I suggest looking in the Steel Soldiers classified ads, on eBay, and trying some of the big military surplus vendors. I have links to some of the vendors over on my links page, under the “Suppliers” heading.

      I don’t remember exactly what I spent on the kit. I think it was around $500, plus a few hundred more for shipping.

      Good luck!

  4. awesome! and thanks for the speedy reply 😀

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