Re: [DML] Re: Robertsonian Headliners..
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Re: [DML] Re: Robertsonian Headliners..

Bill Robertson wrote:

It takes several stabs to hit both roof retainers together,
but certainly no more than 4 or 5 times.

To be honest I have no idea why Dunmurry installed the original
headliners as they did.

 >> Do you want to reconsider what you just wrote there, Bill?

I did modify the windshield installation a bit. Rather than gluing the
fabric over that plastic piece, I folded and glued it to the back of
the backerboards (just like the rear). That plastic piece is now a
trim piece. When you look through my windshield you see black plastic,
not grey fabric.

 >> Am I the only one who read this and thought "what's he talking 
about?" ?

The leading edge of the headliner material IS folded back over the back 
board above the sun visors. The leading edge is held in place largely by 
the sun visor screws. What plastic piece?


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