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Morbern Boat Knit Back Vinyl 652956 | Carina Red 54 Inch (YD)

Boat part number 8800758 is a new, off the roll, increment of red Carina knit back vinyl from Morbern, part number unavailable .
made for Custom Applications
$12.00 MSRP: $16.20
GLS Stock #: 8800758-PK492
473 in stock
Boat part number 8800758 is a new, off the roll, increment of red Carina knit back vinyl from Morbern, part number unavailable . Commonly used on Avalon Pontoon Boats, part number 652956 , but may be used on other boats.

This heavy duty marine grade vinyl is abrasion/UV/moisture resistant and versatile, with excellent tear strength. Perfect for any upholstery project including: boat seats, bar stools, seat cushions, panels and countless other uses!

Manufacturer calls this red, we see it closer to a crimson color. Manufacturer calls this pattern Carina, which has a undulating woven appearance. See photos for example.

Cut from 54" wide roll. Sold by the running linear yard. Simply enter the number of yards needed in the quantity field. Lengths are sold as continuous yards.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Avalon Pontoon Boats
  • Part Number: 652956
  • Part Manufacturer: Morbern
  • Part Number: Unavailable
  • Color: Red (Crimson)
  • Pattern: Carina (Wavy Woven)
  • Material: Marine Grade Vinyl
  • Backing: Knit
  • Overall Thickness: 1/16"
  • Roll Width: 54"
  • Length: Sold by the Linear Yard
Since every computer shows colors differently, you can email/call us for a sample.

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

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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