This Poly-Fiber fabric is recommended for normal service and is widely used on all types of aircraft, regardless of wing loading or horsepower. 72 width
Thread Count: 75 x 65/in
Weight 2.79 oz/sq yd
Breaking Strength - Avg 105 lbs/in
Tear Strength - warp 98 lbs - Fill 113 lbs
the polly fiber fabric is really working great on my super cub. thanks
Just what my husband needed to cover his Bowers FlyBaby plane.
The overview and the Q+A both have an incorrect dimension. The fabric is 72 inches wide, not 76. Also, on mine, theres a little seam from being cut (at the factory?) with something hot, so I had to cut off the first 1/4 of each side, so you might not even get 72 inches.
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Take a look at the Dacron fabric we have available P/N# 09-00300. This would be similar to the poly fiber fabric as they are both polyester fabrics with a similar shrink rate.
Yes, this is priced and sold per yard.
Yes, quantity 1 is 36" x 72".
Yes, we can export to Korea. If the fabric is rolled, it is approx $85-$100 USD, if it is folded, it is approx $50-$70 USD for shipping.
You are correct. It is 72 wide.
Yes, in the Shopping Cart, it will ask if you would like the material rolled or folded for shipping.