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Post by GSXMEN » Tue Jul 26, 2005 3:35 am

88T-FL wrote:.

I seem to remember that someone on the board got a dash re-done by justdashes but it was like $700 or $800.
About the best price I've heard from Just Dashes was in the $450 range. They're good......but sure not cheap!!
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Post by Mtl_ttype » Thu Jul 28, 2005 5:02 pm

Quick question since u guys were already talking about interior work and what not... im missing the entire headliner in my t - type. it was removed when the roll cage was put in and never replaced... i wanna re - do the headliner but i wanna do it myself is it an easy job to do once i find the material? thx...

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Post by Tbird » Thu Jul 28, 2005 5:52 pm

Mtl_ttype wrote:Quick question since u guys were already talking about interior work and what not... im missing the entire headliner in my t - type. it was removed when the roll cage was put in and never replaced... i wanna re - do the headliner but i wanna do it myself is it an easy job to do once i find the material? thx...
You will need an original cardboard to frame the fabric you put on. Also you would need some special glue. 3M makes a fabric spray that would do the job. If you've never done anything like this before I recommend you get it done professionally. If the glue used is not the right type, not enough glue used or too much glue used then you will have a big mess. Too much glue will make the glue seep through the fabric. Not enough will make the fabric come off the cardboard the next time it's humid or contractions with hot/cold.
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