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Old 07-18-2008
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i used 3m adhesive glue from walmart i bought a two pack for like 10 bucks and just used a lot of glue if it does start to peel i was thinking about using some gorilla glue and spreading it really thinly becuase my friend did that to his truck and it never even sags and hes had it for like 3 years
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i bought 3m glue from walmart for like 10 bucks
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i have done head liners befor it easy
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yup pretty much its just take out the headliner spray glue put fabric on tightly and its done just the door pannel was kinda a *****
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i have done head liners befor it easy
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wow, im actually very impressed!!! It makes me want to do it to mine lol my headliner is sagging a lot
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i was going to do that! i still am, my buddy gave me the idea, he did it in his 87 suburban.
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did you get any bubbles or problems running it over the old stuff?
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this is big in the dub world. yours looks good also. i wanted to do my head liner in blue camo (did it in my teal golf). but i can't bring myself to do it to a brand new truck.

how did you do the door panels? did you take them apart and wrap the new fabric over top and tuck them behind andput them back together, or did you just glue the new stuff over the old stuff leaving the edges, exposed to becoming frayed?

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Looks sweet. What type of material is that?
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Looks damn good! I'd probably cover the visors too if you have any left over.
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