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    I have a rickshaw (pedal bike) in London and I need to change the roof\plastic cover. Could help me somebody with the material name? I need to order the material (plastic) but I don't know for what I'm looking on the internet.

    Many thanks!

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    So I guess rollin up on Old Compton St and askin any other driver where they got there plastic cover would be too much trouble, eh?

    Tilda at the Bug Bug base does excellent work on canopy's but it will cost money. Don't be a cheap twat.

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    I like to solve my problems alone. So, I still waiting an answer for my question.
    Thanks in advance

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    Feel free to post a foto...I have seen 1000 different plastic covers....more flexible, less flexible, truck covers (lorry covers), fine textil etc....
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    If you want the clear plastic then Friedal sells it from the Chancery lane base - it is reasonably priced because he buys it in bulk you will get it cheapest from him - if you want to search the internet it is called clear plastic vinyl sheet.

    If you mean the blue material then that is called canvas.

    Stay dry dude

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