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Carpet - Domestic or Peralon

I notice that the German Peralon carpet costs about twice as much as the other domestic types.

I'm just wondering what are the differences in the carpet.


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'Bout 100 bucks?

Unless you're planning on restoring your car to museum-quality and putting it into a zip-locked bag, the domestic stuff works just fine.

Granted, if you're a stickler about paying the most for your parts (or for carpeting), than nobody's gonna know the difference ... or even care.

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We make our carpets in house. I use MBZ carpet and cut it to 914 pattern. Steve

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