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saigonij

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:17 AM Reply With Quote
good source of vinyl

anyone know of a good source of vinyl to cover my dash and back panel?

I have links to Woolies, anyone else know where else i can get it from?

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worX

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:18 AM Reply With Quote
http://www.martrim.co.uk

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Ricks-9r

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:26 AM Reply With Quote
http://www.woolies-trim.co.uk/
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nib1980

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:26 AM Reply With Quote
got mine off ebay, very cheap and good quality
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indykid

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:36 AM Reply With Quote
went to a local upholsterer's and asked for the most flexible grained vinyl they had.

it's about 3 times as flexible as the the stuff i'd previously got from a kit car show.

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me? ambivalent? well, yes and no

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coozer

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:43 AM Reply With Quote
Got mine at the local markets off a cloth supplier.
Thats Chester le Street, South Shields and Catterick.





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Macbeast

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:45 AM Reply With Quote
Maidstone market, Lockmeadow Tuesday mornings. Stall has vinyl and foam also spray glue
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BenB

posted on 9/6/08 at 10:48 AM Reply With Quote
Wherever you get it from just make sure they have a goodly amount of it OR buy double what you need to begin with. Trying to match vinyls (if you decide to make something else to match) is definitely tricky... hence me ending up making 8 metres of hand-stitched wing-piping(!) because none of the local trim places had ones coated in a vinyl that matched my tunnel top trim....
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saigonij

posted on 9/6/08 at 11:41 AM Reply With Quote
Maidstone market - excellent - thats close to where i work.

Where abouts in Town - i know the LockMedow shops, but im not sure where the market bit is...

What was the stall called?

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Macbeast

posted on 9/6/08 at 01:34 PM Reply With Quote
Maidstone market - turn off big roundabout onto Tonbridge Road then 1st left as if you're going to the Courts or B&Q . With County Courts on your left and B&Q on the right the market is straight ahead under the cinema and nightclub.

The stalls are not named but he is always at the SW corner of the covered area (about 3rd row in from the B&Q side and along to the right.)

I think I paid about 18 for 3 m x 2.5m

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saigonij

posted on 9/6/08 at 02:41 PM Reply With Quote
is it only on a tuesday morning ?
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RK

posted on 10/6/08 at 12:17 PM Reply With Quote
In North america at least, WalMart.
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saigonij

posted on 10/6/08 at 12:47 PM Reply With Quote
went to the market today - what a bargin ( i think )

2m sq of vinyl, 2m sq of thin foam and glue - 21.

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timf

posted on 10/6/08 at 02:33 PM Reply With Quote
why vinyl use leather go to oxfam and find an old full length leather coat





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