treated heavy duck canvas for interior walls

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treated heavy duck canvas for interior walls

Unread post by RowanMoriarty » Mon Jun 01, 2015 9:03 am

I have a large roll of very nice tent canvas that I would like to use for the wall panels in my travco 270, I feel that it would be much easier cut and install than new wood panels and I know I need to remove them all as I have found some wet/rotted out spots.\nAdding storage like pockets and pouches sewn directly to the wall and whatnot would be a breeze\nknowing that the travco is fiberglass/steel framed, do the interior wood panels really add very much structural stability to the vehicle? they seem quite flimsy.

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Re: treated heavy duck canvas for interior walls

Unread post by Acesneights » Thu Jun 04, 2015 9:26 pm

No structural stability at all. Cosmetic only. The steel frame, body and believe it or no the spray foam give it it's strength.\n\nPost pics when your done. Be interesting to see.
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Re: treated heavy duck canvas for interior walls

Unread post by datsit » Sat Apr 01, 2017 2:38 pm

I have some tent canvas I'm going to use for window awnings, I would like to treat the canvas . What do you recommend ???

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