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Old 12-02-2008
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How can I fix my sagging headliner?

My headliner has started to sag slightly on my 1996 2wd regular cab XLT and I'm just looking for advice on how to tackle this. I'm sure a bunch of you out there have gone through this on all kinds of cars. So what works and what doesn't work? Thanks in advance!
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Can probably go to a JY and pull one from newer model for pretty cheap, would be a lot easier than reupholstering I would think.
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Check local auto body shops. I have a buddy here in Jersey that can redo it in any fabric or leather you want and put your name or a design in it for you. He did a kids trailblazer in white leather with some sick **** fire flames. He does real good work!
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Where is it sagging it? You can try pulling it down a little and spraying adhesive spray on the back and the roof and holding it in place.
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Salvage yard would be the cheapest. You should be able to get it at a great price comprarede to a new or redone one!
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Where is it sagging it? You can try pulling it down a little and spraying adhesive spray on the back and the roof and holding it in place.
That what i did on my and it worked
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Ive never had much luck with sagging headliners i was never lucky enough to catch one early on though, if they sag too long it will stretch an look like crap when u glue it back... your smart for getting on it early!
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Where is it sagging it? You can try pulling it down a little and spraying adhesive spray on the back and the roof and holding it in place.
SOLD!!!! i'll stop at the store and grab some spray adhesive on my way home tonight!
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