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Old 03-29-2005, 02:38 PM
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Default 7725 - 50" for sale

We have just brought in 4,000 plus yards of Style 7725 in the 50" width that is finished in Volan. Rolls are mostly in the 125 yard range. The price is $6.00 per linear yard which is higher than the $5 per yard we were selling it
for but the price went up due to the oil prices or something. This is all A1 quality stuff, not seconds, with test reports. We also have a few 125 yard rolls of some really nice first quality 7715 UNI at $6.00 per yard. Just give us a call and we'll ship it right out.

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High Point, NC 27260 USA
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Old 03-29-2005, 03:10 PM
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We have been usin this stuff for a while now and it is GREAT to have the extra width. we can go full length in areas that we used to have a lap joint and it also reduces waste.

As most here know, most bid is used cut at a 45, so the wider you need a piece, the larger the waste triangle at each end becomes. be just repaired our aileron with it and used full length pieces to do it, with the 38inch width it would have required a lap joint.

when we taped the canopy channel - one piece went end to end, no lap joint.

can you tell, i dislike lap joints
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