The insualation will be fine at speeds up to 85 (I don't remember going any faster than that). I tested this on our 2500 mile round trip to Florida last summer. One difference is my cover has a frame and is very stout (and heavy).Canada0937 said:Yeah, lo tech insulation like the pipe insulation I used at the end in theory works well for closing the 1/8" spacing between the sheet and the tailgate. I'm not too sure how it will hold up at highway speeds, I'll let you know.
this is the project im working on currently. im just getting my supplies together so that i can finish it all at once. this is really the best looking one ive seen. although, im going to use longer locks and put an extra piece of 2x2x3/4 plywood where the locks go thru to help prevent any h2o accumulation. http://www.titantalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12526&highlight=marine+vinyl thanks to o'silent1 for his invention.O'silent1 said:I built this back in June of 2004. Thought you might be interested. Since then, I have added some Yakima bike clamps to the first panel and carry my cycles on top of the cover. See thread.... http://www.titantalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12526&highlight=marine+vinyl