Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab




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    Default Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    Hi
    I am trying to decided which canopy to buy for my Amarok Double Cab:

    Beekman Executive or Andy Cab Platinum

    points to consider:

    practicality in the rain
    best fuel consumption
    durability
    access
    visibility

    please throw some opinions at me?

    Thanks
    Gav

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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    I had both, and will choose Beekmsn every time. My Beekman was solid as if made from steel. I never trusted the Andy Cab the way it flexed in the upper corners of the tailgate.

    Having said that, I am not familiar with the models you refer to.
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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    Quote Originally Posted by Slabeye View Post
    Hi
    I am trying to decided which canopy to buy for my Amarok Double Cab:

    Beekman Executive or Andy Cab Platinum

    points to consider:

    practicality in the rain
    best fuel consumption
    durability
    access
    visibility

    please throw some opinions at me?

    Thanks
    Gav
    Your canopies use fuel?
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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    I had a Beekman.
    Very good canopy

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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    Why glass fibre canopies..when aluminium canopies offers much more practicality...have a look at Rino or Ekoveld alu cabs. Even RSI make good ones.
    Alucab is expensive though!
    Jannie Engelbrecht

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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    Many use fibre glass due to aluminium being much more expensive

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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    Quote Originally Posted by Jannie Engelbrecht View Post
    Why glass fibre canopies..when aluminium canopies offers much more practicality...have a look at Rino or Ekoveld alu cabs. Even RSI make good ones.
    Alucab is expensive though!
    Even RSI?



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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    @Slabeye

    Sent u a pm

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    Default Re: Canopy: Beekman vs Andy Cab

    Quote Originally Posted by Jannie Engelbrecht View Post
    Why glass fibre canopies..when aluminium canopies offers much more practicality...have a look at Rino or Ekoveld alu cabs. Even RSI make good ones.
    Alucab is expensive though!
    Visibility, seeing out of the canopy.

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