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    Hello,

    First time here. I have a rather specific project that I could use the brains of the forum here. I have a golf club bag that's about 14" in diameter but will compress about another inch if needed. Today, it just rolls around in the back of my covered truck. The cover is starting to leak so I want to put the bag inside of a plastic tube or something to 1) keep them dry 2) keep them secure from rolling around. At first I was considering PVC but that's stupid expensive and getting a length of only ~50 inches is tough. Does anyone have any other ideas? I was thinking I'd cap the back end too to keep them from sliding through.

    Thanks!
    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by td3201 View Post
    Hello,

    First time here. I have a rather specific project that I could use the brains of the forum here. I have a golf club bag that's about 14" in diameter but will compress about another inch if needed. Today, it just rolls around in the back of my covered truck. The cover is starting to leak so I want to put the bag inside of a plastic tube or something to 1) keep them dry 2) keep them secure from rolling around. At first I was considering PVC but that's stupid expensive and getting a length of only ~50 inches is tough. Does anyone have any other ideas? I was thinking I'd cap the back end too to keep them from sliding through.

    Thanks!
    Terry
    Here are a few simple ideas.

    Waterproof golf bag: http://amzn.to/2sOwuQF

    Here is a tube like you describe already made for a golf bag: http://amzn.to/2qXS5tx

    Here is a travel bag with wheels: http://amzn.to/2sA5uoT
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