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Dan R-M 07-27-2012 04:36 PM

Ooooo! As noted, I like that idea. That bracket looks rock solid... Thank you for the photo evidence. I'm gathering a long list of great possibilities from this forum!

For the record, this is supposed to be a nice, moist climate.

Tree Bones 02-01-2013 11:40 AM

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Another late post but still may help.

I use vinyl for my coverings and when patches are needed I use small scraps of the same material. The best vinyl cement is HH-66 you can order it from many places (HH-66 32.oz [HH-66 32 oz.] - $34.99 : Light Feet Yurts, Portable Yurt) but probably wont be able to find it at any hardware store or such. I do most of my patching from the inside unless it is a large hole like replacing a stove jack vent hols.

Dan R-M 02-01-2013 11:57 AM

I've got that very same thing sitting on my kitchen counter right now. I'm glad I waited before fixing the roof :) Now I'm going to use it to turn the ex-roof into a bed-liner for my *new* 2000 Insight.
Internet sales sites note that H-66 is good for everything from manufacturing and repairing shoes to constructing oil derricks, so I don't think it's going to go to waste before I build the replacement yurt.

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