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Old 06-15-2020, 03:01 PM
Almerbati7 Almerbati7 is offline
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Need to buy upholestry material

Hello to everyone
I have a 2013 x55 that need an upholstery. Iam thinking of doing as the 2020 x26 tan color.
I contacted the agency but the price Is to high for me. Iam searching for the material name and color but i couldnt find.

Any one can refer me to a site or place that sell the same color?
Any one know the name of the color so i can search in the net for the same color
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Old 06-17-2020, 01:31 PM
amarch amarch is offline
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Try GreatLakesSkipper.com. But I can't find mine either.
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Old 06-17-2020, 02:41 PM
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Have you tried purchasing direct through MC?

From another thread:

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Itís Coolfeel, so I had to get it from MC. Nobody else can carry it yet. I tried. Although the MC price per yard wasnít all that bad.
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Can anybody buy this, or do you need to know someone from MC?

That interior looks awesome!
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I think they are just careful about what it is being used for. If you are reupholstering an MC, they will sell it to you. I think they just try to avoid selling it for other uses or other brands.
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Old 06-17-2020, 04:12 PM
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MC doesn't have material for older boats. I have heard only 7 years.
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Old 06-17-2020, 04:48 PM
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https://www.boatinteriorsdesigns.com...oat-seat-skins

These folks will replicate your skins if you send them in.
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Old 06-17-2020, 04:49 PM
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http://theupholsteryworkshop.net/mcskins#mastercraft

Hereís another source. Havenít used either one.
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Old 06-17-2020, 08:34 PM
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X-55 redo

I just completed having all of the cushions on my 2010 X-55 redone. It took waaaayyyyy more time than I anticipated. If you have not begun the process yet, you may think twice. It is tough to find some of the nuts and at least one is screwed in (bow center)and needs to be "cut" out. Also the bow side cushions I needed to use a cold chisel on one connection as even rubber man with long arms could not reach. I am posting some pics, but will take more when the new Seadek floor comes in. I had to go through Mastercraft to get permission on logo use, but it is so worth it. I will post some pics when I get to my boat again.
The upholstery guy I used advised I use Miami rubber, pattern was Zander Pearl Gray- excellent marine vinyl- almost feels like leather. He does some high end stuff around me- was working on President Bush's boat earlier this year. PM me for more details and info.
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Old 06-18-2020, 09:15 AM
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MC doesn't have material for older boats. I have heard only 7 years.
OP doesn't want old boat material.

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...Iam thinking of doing as the 2020 x26 tan color...
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Old 06-20-2020, 02:00 AM
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Send an email to Mastercraft headquarters, and ask MC to look up your upholstery color codes via the boat VIN number. I recently submitted a request to MC for my color codes, and MC was able produce my color codes from the database (2009 X2). Then, MC directed me to Great Lake Skipper (GLS), which is (was) one of MC's suppliers when my boat was constructed. Using the GLS part numbers I got from MC, GLS was able to identify and locate 2 of 3 colors, which matched my color and texture pattern perfectly. By the way, don't bother asking a MC dealer to look up the color codes been there done that, so go directly to MC customer support. Hey MC! If you're reading this, how about creating a VIN lookup feature on TT so MC owners can view a complete parts catalog of our boats? We can only dream.

https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/

Good hunting for your color codes!
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