I've had the best luck taking it out and take it to an interior shop. If you
have one near you ask the price if you remove it and they recover it. If not
you have to take all off sand the glue off find a kit to do it youself.
Contac Cement is what holds it. It's sprayed on both parts drys and try to
put it on without wrinkles. Or if you don't care you can use old stick on
with pins buttons, you know Vote for Nixon. I have even seen staples.
What ever glue used if not takin apart to get the old foam off it will bite
or as i did, you can buy little twist pins that look like stars at a pep
boys or auto zone. i just placed them where it was coming down,
You wrote on Wed, 13 Dec 2006 08:42:46 -0500:
If you go to your local top shop or interior shop, they have cans of contact
cement and the headliner material in almost any color. I was able to recover
my headliner for about $45.00.
The big thing is removing it from the cab and making sure the backing is
clean after you remove the old foam and fabric. I had the whole job done
and reinstalled in under 2 hrs.
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