headliner and door panels

Discussion in 'Tech Info' started by mustangwarrior, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. Sl33p3r

    Sl33p3r Banned

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    i cant see it its camo

    Looks great man :drool: You need to get with big'un and see if he can get you some camo vinyl for his local store and wrap some dash parts
     
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    greta job dood!
     
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    Looks great.I like it.:waytogo:
     
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    :peace: thinkin of doing something like this in my interior
     
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    so far everything is holding up fine, but i've only probly drove the truck 3 times since then tho
     
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    Sorry to revive an old thread. I'm wanting to do something like this to my new 07 F150. If you still look at this thread anyways. How did you go about doing this?
     
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    the headliner was really easy, just pull it out of the truck, pull the old material off, get some spray adhesive, i sprayed half the liner with glue and and did one half of the headliner at a time, just take your time and work out the wrinkles

    for the doors, i pulled the old carpet off, glued some backing material, and just worked the material slowly making cuts here and there to get it to fit the curves

    it was all pretty easy just need to take your time
     
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    Where did you pick up the material for the project. I have been looking but not sure what i want.
     
  9. mustangwarrior

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    i got it at the craft and fabric store at the mall, they had military camo and duck bling along with mossy oak and realtree
     
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    yeah my wife said they have it at fabric stores, she saw it in our local store just the other day
     

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