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Insulation, part two, carpets

Discussion in '"Stock" Alpine' started by jmahall, Nov 24, 2021.

  1. jmahall

    jmahall Silver Level Sponsor

    Installed carpets, glued, loose, screwed?
     
  2. sunalp

    sunalp Platinum Level Sponsor

    I always like to use the carpet snaps as you can't see them and when ( not if ) the carpets get wet you
    can remove them so they dry without soaking the floor sheet metal.
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2021
  3. Tim R

    Tim R Silver Level Sponsor

    We do the same as Sunalp. Floor fixings that you can clip in and out to keep the carpets in position rather than permanently glued.
    Tim R
     
  4. alpine_64

    alpine_64 Donation Time

    The factory used snaps for the floor mats and rear floors amd parcel shelf.. Glued sills and tunnel
     
  5. jmahall

    jmahall Silver Level Sponsor

    What are the best style snaps?? There's a lot of them out there.
     
  6. DanR

    DanR Diamond Level Sponsor

    I return to the original style, they are the best in my opinion.
     
  7. jmahall

    jmahall Silver Level Sponsor

    Problem is I don't have info on what the original was. Mine came with rusted out floors, and rotten carpet.
     
  8. sunalp

    sunalp Platinum Level Sponsor

    You can get them from Sunbeam Specialties or Classic Sunbeam. They used to come with the carpet sets, not sure they do
    anymore. They have a male snap that you screw into the floor, the female part is under the carpet . There's a part that attaches
    through the top of the carpet that attaches to the female part. They are virtually invisible from the top side of the carpet.
     
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  9. Paul354

    Paul354 Gold Level Sponsor

    Page 23 on Sunbeam specialties catalogue
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  10. jmahall

    jmahall Silver Level Sponsor

    Got it, thanks
     

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