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Old 20 February 2013, 02:02   #1
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seat chip foam

any one,
my old supplier is no longer there,
any one know of a place i can buy 100mm in one piece ?
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Old 20 February 2013, 09:46   #2
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any one,
my old supplier is no longer there,
any one know of a place i can buy 100mm in one piece ?
Louis at Quayside And Leisure ?
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I looked at this and know you're up country so didn't bother to answer. Are you going to use chip foam for your boat seats. I've been converted to dry fast foam. It's very light and doesn't hold water. I found when your upholstery gets water logged and rots the stitching
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I looked at this and know you're up country so didn't bother to answer. Are you going to use chip foam for your boat seats. I've been converted to dry fast foam. It's very light and doesn't hold water. I found when your upholstery gets water logged and rots the stitching
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Will search dry fast foam tho

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Hey Ed, how you doin?

I'm redoing the seats on Viper, you'll be pleased to hear. If you find any foam give me a shout I'd be interested on an order and getting some too.

I'll give you a shout if I manage to source any too.
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Old 21 February 2013, 06:08   #6
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Good boys I'm glad my findings haven't fallen on deaf ears. The matey who got me on it put a lump in a bucket of water. Didn't soak up anything.
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Always happy to learn from peeps who know stuff.

You don't happen to have a tame supplier too do you? Google seems to keep coming up with folks in the States so far although I have only had coffee breaks to spend looking so far.

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QUICK DRY RETICULATED FOAM AVAILABLE AT THE FOAM SHOP - The Foam Shop
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Good lad. Ta muchly. Save me doing it
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Thanks Wilk

The coffee break skip read missed that nestling between hair care products and tipex!!!!

Now to measure up and see how bad the damage will be.

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