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    How To Fix Headliner?

    Did a quick search on this and found nothing. Basically the fabric is falling off of my headliner around the edges/corners and was wondering how to put it back on. It's very annoying, makes my car look bad, and kinda blocks my rear view. I was wondering how should I put it back on? I want it to look nice, factory if possible. Any suggestions? Figured this would be the forum to ask even though it doesn't get much traffic.

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    EDIT : I can take pics of what's the problem if you'd like, it's kinda hard to explain.



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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    Quote Originally Posted by 97gp View Post
    Thanks for that! So apparently some spray-on CA is the way to go. Sweet!

    Oh but wait, they are talking about the actual headliner onto the metal of the car. I mean it's just my fabric coming off of the foam.



    The System :
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    Sub Stage : 18" Custom Sundown Nightshade D2 Tuned to 30 Hz
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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    google it basically tear the old headliner off take all of the glue off. Get headliner upholestry from fabric store, also could use other stuff depending on what you want. Get 3m spray adhessive and spray it on the stripped carboard stuff a little at a time. Make sure the glue gets tacky before putting fabric down. YOu will see what I'm saying when you do it.



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    I just want 2 subs that will rattle my eyeballs and soothe my ears at the same time. The type rs did that but didn't last.
    Quote Originally Posted by mprintz View Post
    Everyone here hates on audiobahn. They are a good company, but everyone here has rich daddies and can buy whatever they want. My friend blew out his back window of his F-150 with two Audiobahn Alum12s (2000 watt max each). Go with the bahn. **** you haters.
    Quote Originally Posted by jpd2621 View Post
    24 nuts holding each rim in, what other info can i give lol

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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    Quote Originally Posted by morgans432 View Post
    google it basically tear the old headliner off take all of the glue off. Get headliner upholestry from fabric store, also could use other stuff depending on what you want. Get 3m spray adhessive and spray it on the stripped carboard stuff a little at a time. Make sure the glue gets tacky before putting fabric down. YOu will see what I'm saying when you do it.
    I tried google but got quite a few different opinions. Figured I'd post up here and see what people had to say. Okay then, looks like I need to find the right color headliner upholstery. How time consuming is this? And considering I live in FL where heat and humidity wreak havoc, what would be the best time of day to do this and should I do it indoors / outdoors?



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    Sub Stage : 18" Custom Sundown Nightshade D2 Tuned to 30 Hz
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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    usually takes like 3 hours just take your time and roll over the fabric onto the edges. Outdoors would be fine just make sure it is not windy. I will give you a link to a good place where i learned some things.



    Quote Originally Posted by BumpMW View Post
    I just want 2 subs that will rattle my eyeballs and soothe my ears at the same time. The type rs did that but didn't last.
    Quote Originally Posted by mprintz View Post
    Everyone here hates on audiobahn. They are a good company, but everyone here has rich daddies and can buy whatever they want. My friend blew out his back window of his F-150 with two Audiobahn Alum12s (2000 watt max each). Go with the bahn. **** you haters.
    Quote Originally Posted by jpd2621 View Post
    24 nuts holding each rim in, what other info can i give lol

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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    http://www.sr20forum.com/classic-se-...and-paint.html here is a link to show you some tips



    Quote Originally Posted by BumpMW View Post
    I just want 2 subs that will rattle my eyeballs and soothe my ears at the same time. The type rs did that but didn't last.
    Quote Originally Posted by mprintz View Post
    Everyone here hates on audiobahn. They are a good company, but everyone here has rich daddies and can buy whatever they want. My friend blew out his back window of his F-150 with two Audiobahn Alum12s (2000 watt max each). Go with the bahn. **** you haters.
    Quote Originally Posted by jpd2621 View Post
    24 nuts holding each rim in, what other info can i give lol

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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    Quote Originally Posted by morgans432 View Post
    usually takes like 3 hours just take your time and roll over the fabric onto the edges. Outdoors would be fine just make sure it is not windy. I will give you a link to a good place where i learned some things.
    Cool thanks a lot for taking the time to help me out



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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    hope that helps



    Quote Originally Posted by BumpMW View Post
    I just want 2 subs that will rattle my eyeballs and soothe my ears at the same time. The type rs did that but didn't last.
    Quote Originally Posted by mprintz View Post
    Everyone here hates on audiobahn. They are a good company, but everyone here has rich daddies and can buy whatever they want. My friend blew out his back window of his F-150 with two Audiobahn Alum12s (2000 watt max each). Go with the bahn. **** you haters.
    Quote Originally Posted by jpd2621 View Post
    24 nuts holding each rim in, what other info can i give lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgans432 View Post
    hope that helps
    It definitly does, that link pretty much has step by step details

    Hopefully I'll be able to tackle this next weekend.

    Thanks a lot!



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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    anyone know if a good source for headliner material? i want suede, or the automotive equivilent, however, i cannot find it local more than like 3 ft wide..




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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    no problem man just make sure to take your time and it will come out good.



    Quote Originally Posted by BumpMW View Post
    I just want 2 subs that will rattle my eyeballs and soothe my ears at the same time. The type rs did that but didn't last.
    Quote Originally Posted by mprintz View Post
    Everyone here hates on audiobahn. They are a good company, but everyone here has rich daddies and can buy whatever they want. My friend blew out his back window of his F-150 with two Audiobahn Alum12s (2000 watt max each). Go with the bahn. **** you haters.
    Quote Originally Posted by jpd2621 View Post
    24 nuts holding each rim in, what other info can i give lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by visitor View Post
    anyone know if a good source for headliner material? i want suede, or the automotive equivilent, however, i cannot find it local more than like 3 ft wide..



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    Re: How To Fix Headliner?

    Haha sweet thanks for the link psycho, might order the foam backing from that site
    Last edited by x2o; 05-10-2008 at 11:20 PM.



    The System :
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    Sub Stage : 18" Custom Sundown Nightshade D2 Tuned to 30 Hz
    Sub Amp : Sundown SAZ-3000D
    Headunit : Alpine 9887 (ACTIVE )
    Front Stage : (2) Eminence Delta 10" mids, 2 Power Acoustik NX-5s
    Rear Pro Audio: (4) 8" Selenium 8W4P, (2) Selenium ST350
    Pro Audio Amps: Hifonics ZXi6010, Hifonics ZXi1010, Kicker ZX350.4
    Wiring : Kicker Hyperflex/Knu 0ga/RCA's
    Refs : Apocalypse Boy, Brian Owens, JBLCamry, ABSOLUTEAUDIO, BushJ311, tEh koRnDog(x2), blackbonnie, ProjectPat06, ampjunkielikeme, DownSouth954, Tapout, PaulThompson229, Mrogowski, Team H&K (Kent), andrewmoore13, slam, 100% eBay

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