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    1/2 in foam padding.

    Hey all. I have some black foam here. It's a half in thick 4 foot by 10 foot long. Great for knee padding on a ski or for the foot wells. Very forgiving to bang against while riding and cuts easy and doesn't fray. Just cut it in one swoop and it cuts great, otherwise you'll have lines where you cut it. Anyone need any for thier ski for whatever? let me know..
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    Price?

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    How about enough to do a complete hydroturf routine on a ski for 20.00. That would be about a 4ft foot by 2 ft. 1 complete piece. So figure 10.00 for every 4 ft by 1 foot piece. I'll cut as ordered in 1 piece. I'll send ya more if needed if your short.
    4 foot is the width. so just tell me the length needed.

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    I will figure out what I may need, and get back to you...

    1/2 inch think - that seems thick for deck surface material

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    Yeah, that is thick but im gonna use it on the sides where your knees go for grip for protection of the old kneecaps! Adhesive spray will work fine. Just spray the piece, not the ski, then stick it on and let dry! Probably fashion some for the slt too. the footwell area. That should feel comfy on the feet! And great grip too! your toes will sink into it for grip! I bet the water will run into the gunnels easier too! I'll send ya more if something goes astray.

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