Replacing the headliner material in a Chevrolet pickup truck.
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This Chevrolet truck headliner was "on the head of the owner"; so we took about 30 minutes and replaced the headliner with a headliner kit. It is now as good as new.
A standard cab truck headliner kit will do this vehicle, click this link to go to the order page.
Step 1What a saggy headliner! Remove the visors, and anything else that holds the headliner board up. (most chevy trucks have VELCRO holding the front) Step 2Remove the old material from the headliner board.
Step 2Now clean the board of all the old deterioated foam (it's like dust). You can use a softbristled brush bathroom brush. Step 3When the board is clean; place the headliner material on it...fold in half...spray material and board, and then glue it.
Step 3When gluing the material to the with palm of hand and rub it firmly. After glued...trim excess. It should look something like this. Step 4Replace the headliner the same way it came out. LOOKS LIKE NEW!!!
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