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Old 02-08-2009
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New OHC, Dome Light, Suede Headliner (finally redone)

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Looks good, how hard was it to cover the headliner? I'd like to do black suede.
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sweet i still have a OHC sitting in my room that i was going to put in my truck but traded it before i got the bracket for it and was planning on getting another ranger but got a f150 now i have a bunch of ranger stuff and no ranger
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Sweet I'm going to redo my headliner *** well. Did you just use 3m Headliner spray glue and glue it on?
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sweet, it looks good man, id like to do an OHC one day in my truck
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its not hard. but practice first. especially with suede cuz there is no stretch so its alot of pullin and tweakin to get it right. mines not 100% perfect.
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yea whatever you do. dont go cheap on glue get headliner glue or something that says ok for headliners on it. i did this one before with flames and wrong glue and it fell in the TN summer heat as u can see in this pic
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good stuff man...lol I did my armrest on my explorer center console and yeah it needs to stretch like a **** to get all the creases out! I can't wait to do my headliner have to many damn burn holes from the previous owner.
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Looks badass dude.
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Man I really want to go do this now, might be a summer project
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Looks really good. I would get a new dome light and then paint your OHC. It will really set the interior off.
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Looks sick, I've been wanting to do it for a while too. I'll have mine done eventually too.
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What did you do about the seem between the pieces? Or did you find a piece big enough to use.
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its just one piece
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looks sick man... great work.
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I just re-read the post and saw that you did get a new dome light.

Looks great.
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