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Being an old truck naturally I've got headliner sag and the back was black due to third brake light leakage. Now that I've got it out after finding and fixing the light leak I want to recover the liner. Id like to do charcoal to match interior but I think I'll stick with tan to match the other roof parts. I can get the material on ebay but there's a few of that light tan and I'm not quite sure what exactly it is. Computer doesn't always show color shades exactly right either. Does anybody have any info or links to the exact color to match the visors and overhead compartment

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You can go to the sewing section like at walmart and get some pins and pin it back up

On 4/12/2020 at 3:15 PM, Bojon said:

I did mine recently, ordered WEH2264 HEADLINER LT NATURAL BEIGE.

 

Was a perfect match in my truck

I was able to find some sites with WEH numbered fabric but not 2264. I've seen a couple labeled as natural beige but their color palate natural looks more like our trucks than beige. Or they have natural.. And beige but not natural beige

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On 4/14/2020 at 6:09 AM, Doubletrouble said:

 Not to hi-jack this thread but I have a couple of small spots that the headliner is sagging, is there a way to fix it without removing the entire headliner? 

 

No not really... The material is coming unglued and the foam backing is most likely degrading. 

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Typically the headliner is glue with contact cement or similar. I really don't know how you could inject any glue thin enough and glue it back in place with the foam most likely degrading. Not to mention not making a wet spot in the liner.

 

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If it’s already sagging headliner material is likely stretched and would be difficult to get smooth. Might not look good but you can probably keep it from sagging. In my 98 headliner had some cigarette burns from PO in addition to beginning to sag. I just pulled the cloth part of the headliner out and it was a huge improvement 

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Every time I see sagging liner the foam has deteriorated that's the issue. With no foam to attach back you'll make a mess. Getting the liner out and recovering isn't an overly difficult or highly skilled job just pay attention 

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Spray adhesive will restick it, but if it is a bubble you will have to cut it open. It will not look like new but will keep it off your face. Have to do the rest of mine real soon.

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