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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-10-2010, 06:11 AM Thread Starter
 
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Is there any nets out there that act as a door or has anyone rigged up a door frame and wrapped it in netting similar to the one that comes in the back of the stock teryx? Any ideas?
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I am interested in that as well,I could use then when playing & take them off when working.
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I made a set just to keep my feet in. Took them off though due to the fact they annoyed me

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Is there any nets out there that act as a door or has anyone rigged up a door frame and wrapped it in netting similar to the one that comes in the back of the stock teryx? Any ideas?
We do these for our razor doors and we sure could do them with our Terrx doors.

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I used the net that came with the teryx, cut it and mounted them across the doors.....the net will make two low pro doors. Here is a pic.
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What did you use to mount them
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I used the net that came with the teryx, cut it and mounted them across the doors.....the net will make two low pro doors. Here is a pic.
Nice, Thats what I had in mind, how did you mount them?
Could we get a picture?
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I used the net that came with the teryx, cut it and mounted them across the doors.....the net will make two low pro doors. Here is a pic.
That is a great idea!!
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I used the net that came with the teryx, cut it and mounted them across the doors.....the net will make two low pro doors. Here is a pic.
I really like that. Might have to give it a try.... thanks
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Or like this ?
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bradteryx i'd also like some pics of where you tied the net off. thanks.
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I took the net and cut it.....the teryx net will make two doors with only a little piece or so left....Burn all the edges with a lighter once you cut the net otherwise it will just shred on you.....I used stainless self tappers to mount it and I ran the net inside ( you have to heat up a drill bit with a lighter or a torch even better, and push the bit through the thick square on the mesh net....this will make a nice hole to put your screw through....These don't have to be through bolted or anything and mine are very secure. All it should do is hold your foot in in the even of a roll over and you feel the need to try and stick your foot out! I will get picks up tonight ( I found the perfect screws with a flat head on them but are have a flang so that the mesh can't pull through...I will need to take a few
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Looking forward to the pics,thats just what I was thinking.
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A lot better than getting robed,for 5 to 7 hundred. for 150 $ worth of materials for a set of doors.guys we just got to stop buying these over priced items.
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Hoytec any updated or closeup pics?
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I haven't made any yet. I'm still looking for more ideas. I almost did what bradteryx did but haven't decided yet.
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I used the net that came with the teryx, cut it and mounted them across the doors.....the net will make two low pro doors. Here is a pic.
I think I might try this if I can rig a quick release to remove it. I know my wife won't want to be having to step over it.
Looks like Four Peaks in the background of that picture.
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