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Old 12-18-2009, 08:11 AM   #1
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Fabric inside interior cabinets

I am wondering if anyone has replaced the off-white fabric inside their interior cabinets? In our 2001, it looks like a thin woven carpet type material. The stuff is a little dirty in some of our cabinets and I would like to find a source and just replace it rather than try to clean it. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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I am wondering if anyone has replaced the off-white fabric inside their interior cabinets? In our 2001, it looks like a thin woven carpet type material. The stuff is a little dirty in some of our cabinets and I would like to find a source and just replace it rather than try to clean it. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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I called Monaco and told them my coach model and purchased enough to do the complete interior. This is the oem material used on the Signature, Dynasty and Camelot. If all else fails just compare the size of your coach to the closest Monaco model and order it from them. It costs me $400 for the roll and I also did the bay slide out.
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