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Buying Foam Online?

I'm looking for a site to purchase some 2665 firm polyurethane foam. Any suggestions? I've done a GOOGLE but nothing comes up for this.
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Email is: sherriehandsales@attglobal.net they are located in Phoenix and supply most of the upholstery shops in the area,they also have hard to find rubber weatherstripping in bulk by the foot.Phone is (602)269-6131 Listed as H&R Sales
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This place has 3061, which would be slightly better quality and slightly less firm than 2665. CLICK HERE

The first two numbers indicate density. The higher the first two numbers, the better the foam. The second two numbers are ILD which stands for indent load deflection. The higher these two numbers are, the firmer the foam.
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