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Daystar Boat 16oz Tufloc Carpet BC160 | Choc Brown Cut Pile 96" (Foot)

GLS Stock #: 1077210-5R174

$12.00

$15.56 MSRP

Boat part number 1077210 is a new, off the roll, increment of 8' wide chocolate brown cut pile 16oz carpet from Daystar, part number BC160 .

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Boat part number 1077210 is a new, off the roll, increment of 8' wide chocolate brown cut pile 16oz carpet from Daystar, part number BC160 .

Cut pile 100% Olefin. Designed with UV resistant fiber. Finished with durable Tufloc rubber backing, which is designed to resist raveling, is flexible for molding to odd contours and is suited to glue-down applications.

Cut from 8 foot (96") wide roll. Sold by the running linear foot. Simply enter the number of feet needed in the quantity field. Lengths are sold as continuous feet.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Unavailable
  • Part Number: 49386B
  • Part Manufacturer: Daystar
  • Part Number: BC160
  • Color: Chocolate Brown 5560
  • Pattern: Cut Pile
  • Backing: Tuf Loc
  • Face Weight: 16 oz/sq.yd
  • Overall Thickness: approx. 1/4" w/ backing
  • Width: 8' (96")
  • Length: Sold by the Linear Foot
  • MSRP: $15.56/ft
This product is cut to length and we cannot accept returns or cancellations on any cut to length product.

Since every computer shows colors differently, you can email/call us for a sample.

Disclaimers

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

This product is cut to length and we cannot accept returns or cancellations on any cut to length product.

Since every computer shows colors differently, you can email/call us for a sample.

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