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Best DYI Car Hail Protection Rig

Mid April 2019 many Texans without carports rigged up protection against damaging hail storms. There were inflated floaties and bags of mulch tied to cars, but my favorite was this design.

Ryan Bussey had a creative use for dozens of pool noodles in face of the storm.

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It would make a great pool fence for the back yard when not functioning as a hail shield.

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3 thoughts on “Best DYI Car Hail Protection Rig

  1. Pulling it into a garage would have taken less effort. Just sayin’.

    Posted by Bunk Strutts | 14 May 2019, 8:59 pm
  2. You could float on those tied together noodles after, once the hail melts.

    Posted by Morgan Player | 15 May 2019, 8:28 am

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