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Posted on Transporting Plywood in the Rain

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#1 posted 08-25-2018 03:30 PM

Load up under the covered area in the “contractor’s/pro” parking area/loading zone. Cover with the appropriately sized tarp of plastic wrap. Leave the tailgate down and tie back the load to the hold downs in the bed. Remove one sheet at a time when you get home, leaving the tarp in place between removal. You’ll get wet and the ply will get some water, but you should be fine. 2×4 runners under the load as rwe2156 suggested above, will go a long way too, for keeping things dry.

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