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Old 09-30-2010, 06:42 PM   #1
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Does anyone have or know of a source to buy carhartt fabric by the yard? The seats in my cruiser are trash and thought it would hold up good and look nice to have them recovered in it. Looking for the brown but would do black. Thanks!
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Have seen some, let me see if I can dig it up. They would be sweet seats...



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Sweet idea, this would work well on my seat for the M715.



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I think they have the 12 oz and the 9 oz. For seat covers you might want the 9 oz. the 12 oz is pretty stiff.

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I think they have the 12 oz and the 9 oz. For seat covers you might want the 9 oz. the 12 oz is pretty stiff.

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Thanks for the link. I saw they offered the carhartt in the 9oz but not 12oz. I would like it to be as thick as posible cause I only want to do this once. Might just double layer it like there pants. Good price. Thanks again!
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Try:

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Our search for Duck canvas. You can get it weights pretty high.

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http://www.coversuperstore.com/12-oz...-Canvas-Tarps/
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