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Old 07-16-2016, 05:47 PM   #1
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started getting interior in today getting cose to done
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Old 07-16-2016, 06:56 PM   #2
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Old 07-17-2016, 08:43 AM   #3
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Kwisor,
You did GOOD! Even a mechanic can do it, IF you wash your hands first.
We used to replace cheep Datsun seat covers, when they wore out, during WARRANTY! We even hung headliners in Volvos, when their metal bows caused RUST on the headliner material.
I still have my HOG ring pliers & a sack of Hog rings! Do Hogs have seat covers???
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I'm looking to replace my interior for the first time, actually the headliner and side panels. I'm a little intimidated with the thought of doing the headliner, is it something a novice can do? Do you know of a video online of someone doing a Tudor? Needing advice. Thanks
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Old 09-14-2016, 11:50 AM   #5
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I'm looking to replace my interior for the first time, actually the headliner and side panels. I'm a little intimidated with the thought of doing the headliner, is it something a novice can do? Do you know of a video online of someone doing a Tudor? Needing advice. Thanks
We're u getting the headliner from LB??? They will send you out a tape to mark all your wooden bows for location... Then they will make it for you so it tacks up properly...
It's a very easy job ,,,the air stapler from lowes worked great for doing this
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Air stapler! I used the tacks, very slow :-( but it kept me out of trouble!
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It does staples and brads
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Thanks Mitch, I just found a couple videos on youtube that helped also.
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Kev, Constructive criticism ahead. Will the tacks be removed? I don't see the door welt.
Are those wrinkles in the corners? The seats look perfect. if YOU need any help just ask, Tim
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