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anyone know of a source for pre-made tuck & roll vinyl for door panels?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ham-boned-ford, May 28, 2006.

  1. ham-boned-ford
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    Does anyone know where i can buy pre-made vinyl material already in tuck & roll/ (sewn or heat press even) I wanna make door panel for my shoebox.
     
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    JC Whitney...... how retro is that.
     
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    Anything at all you need for upholstry tools/materials advice GeneralRubber FabricCompany (GFR) website www.GENERALRUBBER.NETphone 508 987 6160 toll free 1800 523 0958 fax 617 381 0211 I have been buying from them for 5 years and i'm a very small customer as far as materials usage my wife makes instrament cases for her sisters store i have always been treated like i'm a big customer they have always answered our needs weather that was telling us how to improve on something or recomending a different material etc.A very good company to deal with
     
  7. Modly
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    Good article. Though, I don't suppose anybody has a good tech article on doing a seat eh?

    My door panels aren't great, but they look mint compared to my seat. I pulled off the mexican blanket to clean it up a bit today, and half of the drivers side back rest is bare spring (no padding), and there is a huge hole under the seat portion that I had to fill with shop rags.
     
  8. AllSteel34
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    Be wary of these guys. My ol' man bought their kit for his Deuce roadster and we were both less than happy. The vinyl is paper thin.

    Chris
     
  9. ham-boned-ford
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    Thanks for all the leads guys! I,m gonna check them all out:)
     

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