Date: Tue, 02 Nov 2004 12:32:39 -0500 From: cs <cbsnospam.net> Subject: Re: temp fix for sagging headliner
use map pins - they've worked for over 5 years on one of my 9k's On Fri, 29 Oct 2004 09:36:15 +0100, Sleeker GT Phwoar <carl.robsonnospamcing-czechs.com> wrote: >In article <pakob-C31A16.19175227102004nospam.isp.giganews.com>, >pakobnospamo.com says... >> Is there a good temporary fix for the annoying sagging headliner? >> It started in the back near the hatch of my '86 900 and slowly >> worked its way to just behind the front seats, now big enough to >> hang low enough to be visable in the rearview mirror. >> >I used Staples in in a hand staple gun (like you use for pinning notices >to boards). > >Worked great looked messy if you looked for it, but normally not >noticable, and a damned site easier on the hands than trying to push >pins in. I planned it to be temporary, but it stayed there over a winter >and summer until I sold the car, and only had to restaple one place >after the old ones came loose. As they are metallic too, easy to spot >for removal when you do a proper replace if you choose to.