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    Where did you find the cloth and black plastic corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flpr3 View Post
    Where did you find the cloth and black plastic corners.
    If you have a Radio Shack near your home you can get those parts mentioned.
    Home Depot, Lowes, Menards, ACE hardware, Pep Boys, etc. has the adhesive.
    They might also have certain corner protectors and carpeting.

    Here is a place to look.
    Carpeting

    Corner Protector

    3M Spray Adhesive

    I know there are many more sources but I just posted off the top of my head.
    Pick Your Poison!!

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    The plugs at radio shack are called banana plugs and as you tighten them they will expand into the plug-in.

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    So I have asked my TM, the regional safety manager, and the entire shop crew including sending a letter out to other terminals. A shop guy and I looked through the policies book online also. Non of these people could find or knew anything about this being an audit item.

    "Where did you find the cloth and black plastic corners." from flpr3
    The black corners are actually metal, and you can find them at Radio Shack or Partsexpress.com. They are $0.65 each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dockworker View Post
    Okay clarification time.
    Ask your TM's if you need to have a layer between the two and ask them if it is an audit exception and a potential write up.
    Other than that, you guys are building nice looking slip seat boxes.
    DW,

    I was told by my former TM that speaker box carpet was OK as the layer between the seat and box. Mine is covered in the same material and he OKed it.

    This was about mid 2007 he approved it.

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    You don't even have to build on out of wood( I took my mom's fishing cooler-she's still looking for it-)and cut out some holes for speakers and stereo and it works great!

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    want my 2 cents worth, give the guy 500 bucks and tell him to get what he wants
    lets just keep on trucking

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    What kind of company (with Billions of revenue) do not provide a weather band, am/fm radios in your tractor. I say keep the ICP and put that money in our Tractors.

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    I'll take your 4.5% ICP if you don't want it. Every bit helps.

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