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Brad Lancaster
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Does anyone know where can I locate the material used on the Lefler tables.

Thanks
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It is speaker box covering. A quick search on line should give you lots of results. The first one I found was http://www.hifisoundconnection.com/Shop/......FV/30046
Tim Silver - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Magic-Woodshop/122578214436546

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Brad Lancaster
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Thank you for your help AGMagic!
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No worries, glad to be of help. A search of this forum or "where to put it all" should provied other sources. I know I have seen this discussed before.
Tim Silver - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Magic-Woodshop/122578214436546

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Find a car speaker shop in your area. The material only cost like 2 bucks a yard, comes in gray or black.

The speakers I am referring to are the large plywood boxes the young kids put in their their to blast the neighborhoods while driving.

I may not be the exact same material, but is real close. Lefler claims he orders his material from Italy, when I inquired with him.
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If you do go to a local car stereo shop (which is a great idea) make sure they don't smoke - I got a big piece home and it WREAKED of cigarette smoke - terrible smell

That stuff is GREAT for props and tables though - make sure you glue the edges down good.

./sam
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