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Replacement carpets

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by EWG, Feb 13, 2014.

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  1. EWG

    EWG Active Member

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    A gloss paint pot burst open during one of the warm spells last year ruining the rear passenger floor carpet of my D2.
    I've tried cleaning it (several times) but the stain is still there.

    Where can one buy replacement carpets from?
    I've even tried Land Rover breakers to try and buy a second hand one but not one has replied to my enquiries.

    Any ideas please gentlemen?

    Thank you.
     
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    biggeeeee Retired - Living the dream

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    You could always get some suitable carpet, take out the original carpet and use as a template to cut the new.
     
  5. Mr Noisy

    Mr Noisy Coming in your ears.

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    Yep, just find one from a breaker/breaking.

    Simple as that, no other option required.

    Nobody wants carpet so you'll get it cheap, just the mans labour to get it out in one piece as usually they will rip it/whatever it takes to get it out of the way.
     
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    thats the problem you can spend a lot of time trying to get one out of a 10 year old or more vehicle
     
  7. EWG

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    Thank you all for your advice.
     
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