Due to a large amount of classic car headliner orders -- the orders placed now for theĀ  classic car headliners may be delayed by 3 to 4 days (meaning it may take 3-4 days to ship). Our team is working tirelessly to meet the demand; we should be back to normal within a week or so. It may also be hard to get through on the phone during this time.

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On your website you list only one measurement for the headliner kits Is there a standard width

On your website you list only one measurement for the headliner kits. Is there a standard width that all of the kits are or am I missing something?

The majority of headliner boards use the 54 inch wide headliner material; although there are an increasing number of headliners that are in the 60" wide category. The newer year model Tahoe's, Suburban's, Land Rover's, Dodge/Ford/Chevy trucks take the wider 60" material. It is always wise to measure the widest point of the board if a person is not sure of the headliner's width.

Most of the cars made today still do take the 54" wide material to recover the headliner. Even the Jeep Cherokee's, S10 Blazer's, etc. take the 54" wide material. It is the larger SUV's that need the extra 60" width. We have tried to make it simple as to which width to choose on our site; so the customer won't make a mistake when ordering.


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