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Roof Liners

sugarcookiesugarcookie Posts: 10
edited March 2014 in Chevrolet
I would like to know if anyone has a suggestion on how to reglue a roof liner. I have a 1991 S10 Blazer that runs great. However, the roof liner is beginning to sag and I would like to find out how to reattach it. Any ideas?

Comments

  • I had a 91 S-10, same problem. The fabric is glued to foam, and that foam is deteriorated. If you simply use spray glue to reattach it to the board it will fall again. Only thing I can suggest is to look in a junk yard for a good one, or see if you can find the fabric at a sewing/fabric store and remove the board from the truck scrape all the old foam off and spray glue the new fabric to it, then re install the head liner. Or you can do what I did, get some matching color thumb tacks and stick them into the backer board to keep the head liner fabric up.

    If the truck is nice and you plan on keeping it for a long time, and it's worth the money to have it done, try going to a glass/trim shop most of them do auto upholstery and can handle the job with out any problems.
  • csandstecsandste Posts: 1,866
    that you might want to check. I was quoted $100 for a new headliner from one of the headliner/upholstery shops. That was for a late 80's Mustang.
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