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    Lots of Rain in TX lately

    yup, not an exact science. Just anything stiff and flat that won't break if it gets a little weight on it. if using wood I'd recommend something like 1/4" plywood of a decent quality, then paint it to keep it from rotting. Bonus to adding something like this is you can attach things to it...
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    Lots of Rain in TX lately

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    Lots of Rain in TX lately

    I'm running in 2 man setup, the sheet I had was 5 feet long, then just cut to the width needed to fit from windshield to B pillar, then about 1 or 2 inches less. It's held in place by the velcro straps going through it on the support bar and the weight/friction from the top itself.
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    Lots of Rain in TX lately

    plywood sheet or hard plastic between the tarp and the bows. I'm using a sheet of 1/8" fiber reinforced plastic for mine with holes cut out wherever the straps hold it to the bows.
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