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WEST System 8002 Roller Cover
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WEST System 8002 Roller Cover Customer Questions and Answers

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I need a thin 1/8 " foam surface. What is the thickness of these?

Asked on 10/12/2011 by Alan Boese

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I would say it is a little over 1/8 th of an inch. But it is the thinnest I have seen. This roller cover is suitable for use in applying West system resins and resins by other manufacturers (MAS, System 3 etc.).

Answered on 10/14/2011 by PAUL LEWIS
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The package doesn't say what the exact thickness is, but eyeballing it, I'd say they are 1/8". Definitely not 1/4". And they are foam rollers. I've used them to apply Interlux Epoxy Primekote 414/404 (2-part primer) and Interlux Perfection (2-part paint) with no issues at all and excellent results. Good Luck!

Answered on 10/13/2011 by ERIC GISLER

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Alan The inside diameter of the cardboard spool is 1.500" & the outside of the foam is 1.770" which would make the foam + cardboard spool only about .0010" over 1/8" which is not much when it comes to painting. Bruce H

Answered on 10/12/2011 by BRUCE HURST

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I have found the West system 8002 Roller covers the best for a controlled application of epoxy. They are 1/8 in thickness . Jerry

Answered on 10/14/2011 by GERALD KINNEY

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Thank you. I am building a Pygmy wooden kayak, and the instructions are emphatic that the foam roller be not more than 1/8" thick. Alan

Answered on 10/13/2011 by Alan Boese

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Thank you. I am building a Pygmy wooden kayak; and the instructions are emphatic that the roller not exceed 1/8" for applying the 2 part epoxy resin over the glass cloth. Alan

Answered on 10/13/2011 by Alan Boese
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I want to use them with the total bilge paint product from total boat any issues

Asked on 03/27/2020 by Tony from Florida

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It's one of the best rollers you can use but the seams may open up after a while so you should have extras ready to replace if necessary.

Answered on 04/01/2020 by Paul
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