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I have pulled most of the overhead panels from Jubilee. They are vinyl covered, and the foam underneath has deteriorated to powder.

Where can I get replacement foam? Since I need a fair amount, esentially covering the entire cabin area, I would like to buy locally. What kind of place sells this stuff?

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Any fabric store will carry it (JoAnns etc). I opted not to use foam on mine and replaced the foam with the cotton backing material doubled up. Easier to cut and doesn't disintegrate....an option to consider.
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I got mine thru an friend that has an upholstry biz, along with new vinyl for the hull and plywood ceiling liner. I got an approx 5'wide by 50'long roll for $10-20 IIRC.

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