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Old 03-28-2012, 10:42 AM   #1
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Fabric in all storage compartments

All my storage compartments are covered in this thin black fabric and they are all rusty and really crappy looking. I cannot find anyone local that has anything like it, I would like to change it out for something better looking but is easy to manipulate and install. It sorta reminds me of the carpet they use on the wood bunks of boat trailers. I checked at west marine and was told that stuff only comes in rolls about a FOOT WIDE
Anyone have any ideas?

I know I jump from one thread to another, but I am an old fart and gotta keep the mind busy or vegitate, and I am working of 5 or 6 diff things at once, Rotted floors, replacing walls, getting a vanity built, trying to get the jacks working, installing a ceiling in the bathroom, tiling the bathroom floor, damn my head is starting to hurt, think I will just grab a beer and take a nap
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Marine or indoor/outdoor carpet. Check West Marine or the big box stores use spray contact cement to install.
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Marine or indoor/outdoor carpet. Check West Marine or the big box stores use spray contact cement to install.
I looked at indoor/outdoor carpet at home depot, it is too thick to work with, the stuff that is in my Rv is just a little thicker then a heavy flannel shirt, but it must be weather resitant to last 20 years
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saw a video were a guy used automoble trunk carpet his wife found on e-bay is also used for those annoying auto stero bass boxes it looked real good in his moho storage
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saw a video were a guy used automoble trunk carpet his wife found on e-bay is also used for those annoying auto stero bass boxes it looked real good in his moho storage
I would contact a car audio place. I've had them use the material mentioned above on speakers. It stretches where needed and can be installed with 3M spray glue in a can.
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