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Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 13:19:51 -0500
From: Tom Reingold <>
Subject: Re: C900 headliner - that old favourite!

brad wrote: > Hi all > > The headliner on my 92 C900 T16S has started to sag at the back, as they > do. > > It's a bit annoying, as it had only just been replaced when I bought the > car a little less than a year ago. > > The cloth doesn't need replacing, just sticking back. My mechanic has > suggested that, as it's only a fairly limited area at the minute, I > could try using a syringe to inject glue above the fabric without taking > the liner out. > > What do you think of that idea? Anybody tried it? What sort of glue > should I use (and where do you get syringes?!?) > > If the best bet is to remove the liner, are there any tricks to that, or > pitfalls to watch out for? > > TIA! > > Brad > > That will work as a stopgap measure, but the long term solution is to do it right. I had this problem and just used staples. It wasn't pretty, but it was much better than letting it sag. Tom Reingold Noo Joizy

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