cordura fabric ????? for bellows ??
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    cordura fabric ????? for bellows ??

    i always looking for fabric the the bellows ,i used duck and hated it,some said to use cordura ,its waterproof ,have anyone used it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1637 View Post
    i always looking for fabric the the bellows ,i used duck and hated it,some said to use cordura ,its waterproof ,have anyone used it
    If it is waterproof then it is probably plastic or rubber coated on one side. Constant flexing will probably deteriorate it in a hurry. Go for some tight weave cloth....most duck/canvas have that quality.
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