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I am from Columbus,Ga I live in Manchester, Tn but I am about to move back to Columbus,Ga

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captain_ruggy
04/10/2008 9:19 PM

You have to remove all the trim holding it up, then just pull it down and take it out the back hatch. Rip the fabric off then scrub the spongy crap off. Then just take whatever fabric you like and glue it on. I got mine from Wal mart. I used multi purpose flooring adhesive and it holds great. I just used a brush to apply it. I wouldn't use that spray glue if you use a regular fabric, but if you use actual headliner fabric, it should hold ok.

If you search there is a good writeup on it somewhere that I used when I did mine and it helped a lot.


Oh, and if you use regular fabric, make sure to prewash it so it is preshrunk when you put it on. Otherwise it might shrink on you in the summer and make a mess.





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