Camo headliner finished!

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  1. Taylor_allen92

    Taylor_allen92 Full Access Member

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    I went to walmart a while back and saw that they had mossy oak break up replacement carpet in the automotive section. Soo.... I knew what I had to do. After picking up a couple sheets ($12 each). It definitely has its flaws, like the sheets wouldn't reach all the way across, so I had to try and match the two sheets together... ya that was a fail... its not bad just not as good as I was hoping. But also when I had the headliner out of the truck, it was perfect, but after moving it around in the truck, some sections started to sag a little...

    Taking everything off
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    Mossy Oak carpet
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    Camo finished
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    Headliner in truck
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    TxFx04 FFS Frequent Traveler

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    :peace: pretty sweet!
     
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    you should glue that, smooth it out and make it tight, just sayin
     
  4. Taylor_allen92

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    I considered it but if I do then it's pretty much permanent... I'm just worried that I'll want to take it off some time in the future and I'll be screwed. I will probably end up glueing it anyways :p But it works for now.
     
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    Looks great brotha.
     
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    looks good man some glue should fix the sagging
     
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    I need to pull my headliner, how did u get it out of the truck?
     
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    i see, when i did mine the stock headliner was in sad shape and needed replaced anyway
     
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    Thanks guys!

    I layed the front seats all the way back and pushed as far back as they would go. If you have the entire headliner loose, just slowly and carefully manouver it out the front passenger side door (driver's door has steering wheel in the way).
     
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    str8t six never enough

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    that stuff is too thick for headliners. you should have gotten the fabric that is made out of cotton.

    go to a fabric store, thats where i got mine.
     

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