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Headliner

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by **b**, Mar 29, 2001.

  1. **b**

    **b** 1/2 ton status

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    a while somone was talking about replacing
    their headliner with a reb' flag...
    my headliner is now hanging ... and i wanted
    to know how they made out ....

    ANY TIPS ???
     
  2. Confederate9

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    well they make "headliner stick" stuff. its like a spray. i dont know what its called. then take off your original healiner, then spray it on then put the rebel flag inplace. thats what we did to my friends bunco and it works!

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  3. fad2blk99

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    Didn't catch that post, but I know you can get new Headliners from LMC Truck. -Tommy
     
  4. mattman

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    If LMC has your colors. Mine's grey and they don't carry it.
     
  5. muddin4fun

    muddin4fun 3/4 ton status

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    Oh cool!!! I'm gonna get a Texas flag and put it up there!!!

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    Take your old one down and use it as a pattern.....


    Or if you want stock, find a upohlstery place in your area, most will do headliners if they work on cars..

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  7. scrapper

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    I pulled mine out ,removed the original material and replaced it.The local trim shop,who also recovered my seats,had alot of different headliner material.I think that the material needed to dover the Blazers headliner cost about $10.00.It looks great.I glued it in place with 3m super trim adhesive.This is a real easy DIY project.
     
  8. 90K5

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    I helped a friend replace his S10 Blazer headliner about a month ago and it was pretty easy. An S10 has a lot bigger headliner than a K5, so it sould be really easy. We got the material at a fabric store, the whole thing cost maybe $15 to do.

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    Just use that spray and stick it up there...then make sure some of the edges on the flag stick out far enough so you can stick some of the moulding over it and use it to secure it up there so it won't fly or move around when the windows are down and the wind is catching it! Trust me make sure the edges are secured down or it will tear outta there...which is what mine did going 65mph on the freeway and landed in my face which was interesting! Now I just have a piece of that $8 carpet from the auto dept at Walmart up there. It works well, looks good, and never has given me a problem......

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  10. 77K5Blazer

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    Where can I find a rebel flag, my head liner is coming down to, and it's time to let the true redneck in me out!

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