Bulk cab foam is available with laminated vinyl and useful for creating your own cab kit.
Sold by the linear foot.
Width is 54 inches.
- Cab foam meets MVS302 standard
- Has Cold Crack of minus 20
- Has UV Stabilizer to prevend fading
Call to order.
You will need to pick your desired foam thickness and color.
NOTE: Color's vary greatly on different computer monitors and smartphone devices.
If you are matching colors call for samples. We'd be happy to send you some to ensure
For larger full roll quantities of 150 feet, contact us for discount pricing.
What is the difference between 14% and 18% open perforated vinyl?
The difference between 14% and 18% is the amount of material removed during the perforating process which allows sound to go through into the absorbing foam material.
In one square inch of 18% vinyl, there are approximately 120 holes-each being 0.046 inches in diameter.
in one square inch of 14% vinyl, there are approximately 30 holes-each being 0.08 inches in diameter.
14% Open Vinyl (left) vs. 18% Open Vinyl (right)
Multiple Colors are Available - Call for samples or availability
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Great price, excellent quality, quick shipping!
looks like nice product
Just right had no problem fitting and installing. I used the material for a headliner for a Polaris ranger 900
This is my first time installing interior foam. Delivery was quick. The product looked good and seems like a quality product. I watched several of the YouTube videos on how to work with the foam for cutting and installing which I really appreciated. Having a sharp knife is key to making this process enjoyable. This was suggested in the one of the videos.
Product is great and at a cheaper rate than most other places. Great turn around and delivery time. Very personable person on a phone call with questions.
I used the 1" bulk foam headliner to replace the molded headliner in a Caterpillar H5H tractor. I was very impressed with the mass of the foam, the material of the cover, basically the whole product. I plan to order more for future work.