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got rid of my saggy headliner

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by NEK5, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. NEK5

    NEK5 3/4 ton status Premium Member

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    pulled all the trim off and pulled out the old saggy headliner, cleaned it up, cut out bowtie of cardboard,glued it to foam,cut it out, glued that to headliner board then material back on....all in all it took about 2 hours and i`m happy with it.....let me know what ya think:D

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    Sexy!!!
     
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    Looks great. :waytogo:
     
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    I like it. Looks good, although I like the look of no headliner.
     
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    Looks great!! When mine started sagging I just took it out and threw it away. :waytogo:

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    looks good... I just saw them do something like that on Trucks or one of those shows.... they did flames up in the headliner... looked sweet......

    like that bowtie...


    I personally like my headliner and it will never droop... will have to figure something out when I go crew cab though.....Needs to be cleaned

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    and yes boys and girls they still make it... in 1989 I paid $199....
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  7. NEK5

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    Thanks Guys!
     
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    Looks great dude:bow:

    What type of glue did you use?
     
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    My thought exactly. The first/only time I did this I took it out, sanded it off and got most of the crud off. NOT all to bare card board. Then I took my "expensive" crushed red velvet and glued it on. I also reupulstered my sun visors and trimmed them with some red ribbon. It was a pretty pimp head liner for a **** brown 88 S10 with a tan interior. :p:
     
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    i used the 3M interior trim adhesive
     
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    Apparently the name of those silly afganni peoples that sounds like a word for poo is also a swear here...
     

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