-pull the back window
-leave the headliner in the sun 3-4 hours
-start at the windshield work back
-use the right glue
-dont get glue on headliner or upholstery
-leave screws in for dome light & coat hooks so you can find places to cut holes
my experience has been, this is a real pain and hard to get right. I know how hard it is to get $180 bucks together, but it would be money well spent to have it done
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[BI know how hard it is to get $180 bucks together, but it would be money well spent to have it done[/B]<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Thanks for the tips.
For me it's not about the money. I could pay someone to do it easily enough. It's about doing it for myself. No one else has layed a hand on my car yet, and they're not gonna start with the headliner unless I get crippled between now and the time I'm ready to do it.
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