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RE: Roof Interior
I don't have any BTDT with headliners, but how about talking to a sunroof
If they cut custom roofs, they may be able to remove\install a headliner w\o
screwing it up.
Any autobody shop will probably have the skill to do it too, if indeed it
can be done.
>From: "Lewis, Gary M" <Gary.Lewis@West.Boeing.com>
>To: email@example.com, "'Cynic5KS@aol.com'" <Cynic5KS@aol.com>
>Subject: RE: Roof Interior
>Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 16:05:29 -0700
> > Hello all,
> > I want to replace the roof liner in my 85KS. It is falling down all
> > the
> > place, and has some water stains on it. I found a car (845KS) that has
> > the
> > hard plastic liner (no sunroof though)...
> > I guess my thought is possibly cut in half in the donor car to remove it
> > and
> > install it.... Creating a seam for the sunroof and the half cut wouldn't
> > be a
> > problem, but I am not sure how it affixes to the roof...
> > Any suggestions about my approach and how to do it?
> > Thanks
> > Arden
> > (used to be Cynic44642@aol.com)
>If it attaches like the 86 and up type 44's (and I'm sure it does), what
>are talking about won't work. The sunroof headliner shell has a formed
>opening with metal tabs that attach to a aluminum bracket that keeps the
>headliner up in the center. I think it would also look like crap to cut
>Buy headliner material and recover the thing or have someon else do it.
>the work is in the R&R, not the recovering...
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