Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2001 11:08:57 -0500
From: Four Weis <mweinopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Sagging headliner

A really inexpensive and potential decorative way to fix the sagging headliner is to sew it and/or some new material up. The technique is to use a big curved needle and take a big bite into the support material. I used a Mayo 1, anyone with OR experience will know about this needle. You can use contrasting thread for a more decorative appearance. Harry Slife wrote: > I have an '83 900S with 220K on it. I love the car, bought it new while in > Europe. It has never let me down but this headliner sag is really getting > to me. I tried using spray adhesive through a hole but the support has all > turned to crumbs. My mechanic says it is common and pointed me toward a > neighboring shop that wanted $700 for the job. There must be a better way. > Any cheap but functional ideas?

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