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**DONOTDELETE** 10-21-2000 08:54 PM

Head liner
 
Where can I get a new headliner at a good price? The material on my 88 s10 4.3 is very much sagging.


The_Sandman_454 10-21-2000 09:29 PM

Re: Head liner
 
Why not just pull yours down, take the headliner itself off of the little backing board thingee, and glue it back on? Might save some $$ and the material would be a closer match to the current color of the inside of your truck (assuming it's like every other vehicle and faded at least a little bit)... Just a thought to help save some $$$ possibly... [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]



Tim
ORC Land Use columnist
My August article on ORC

http://www.off-road.com/land

**DONOTDELETE** 10-22-2000 08:31 PM

Re: Head liner
 
Thanks for the info about the headliner

John


**DONOTDELETE** 11-26-2000 11:04 AM

Re: Head liner
 
I went to the fabric store and got me some new fabric with the foam backing. They had the spray glue for it. All you have to do is pull the board down and lay it out. Take a scrub brush of some kind and brush off all the old foam. Then lay the new fabric as you spray the glue. Mine turned out great.


diver 11-26-2000 08:03 PM

Re: Head liner
 
Anyone have any ideas where to get a "complete" headliner with board and all for an 89 4x4 ext cab S-Truck? My board was cracked and the headliner in bad shape a couple years ago so I tossed it all. My board was made out of styrofoam and cracked. Where can I get the whole thing at? I can find cover kits like at JC Whitney for $50 but need the board to put it on. Where can I get it from scratch though?

Tom "Deep Sea Diver" Brantley

The_Sandman_454 11-26-2000 08:17 PM

Re: Head liner
 
You could go to the lumber yard and get yourself some of that thin wooden panelling, then make a template using some form of cardboard, or maybe the paper you use for taping a vehicle off to paint it. Then you could just transfer the pattern onto that wood and cut with a jigsaw. Or perhaps you could use some kind of plastic sheet if you can find some. Just some thoughts. You might try a scrap yard for the headliner just for the board itself.

Tim
ORC Land Use columnist
My November article on ORC

http://www.off-road.com/land


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