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Rover827 Rich Truett
Berkley, MI, USA   USA
Gents:

Just wondering if anyone here has bought carpet from this outfit and, if so, how does it look and fit?

https://www.stockinteriors.com/


This is the only company I can find that actually makes molded carpet for the TR7 and TR8.

If anyone has experience with this company or its products, can you please share them here?

Thank you...

Rich Truett

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darrellwalker Darrell Walker
Vancouver, WA, USA   USA
1966 Triumph TR4A "Christy"
1981 Triumph TR8 "Kate"
I would call them and confirm they are in fact molded, I think this came up before and they were not.

There is a place in Australia (TST Carpets) that does molded carpet. They are split down the center, but that is all covered by the console. I have a set, but have yet to install them.

Here is a sample listing, they do both FHC and DHC, and some kits have the parcel shelf area as well.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/MOULDED-CAR-CARPETS-U02-TRIUMPH-CONVERTIBLE-TR7-TR8-74-81-LHD-RHD-/112393838480?var=&hash=item601c9c03da

*Edit*

If you look up the listing for the TR8 on the Stock Interior site, they are described as cut and sewn.



Darrell Walker
66 TR4A IRS-SC CTC67956L
81 TR8 SATPZ458XBA406206
Vancouver, WA, USA



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Rburgess Randy Burgess
Fresno, CA, USA   USA
And if you click on the description, displays carpet in pieces. Too bad!

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