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Question Headliner.

Where I can buy a headliner for a F-250 1996 extended cab? Is it easy to change?

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u mean to recover it? Or a completely new 'board" and everything? It is very easy to recover one, just peel the fabric off, take a rotary air tool with a wire brush and take off all the foam that is left. Then u just spray it with some silicone and slap on the new stuff.

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btw it is very hard to change. U have to bend it really far. almost have to take the dash out.

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I agree. It is really tough to get in and out of the truck without F'in it up. I pulled mine down last week to fix a leaking sunroof and thought I would be able to pull it out to ease work space. WRONG... wasn't happening without pulling either the windshield or the rear glass.

Most auto trim shops can re-cover them for you for fairly cheap.
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I agree. It is really tough to get in and out of the truck without F'in it up. I pulled mine down last week to fix a leaking sunroof and thought I would be able to pull it out to ease work space. WRONG... wasn't happening without pulling either the windshield or the rear glass.
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damn sunroof
My thoughts exactly. I ordered this truck and that is the one thing my wife "had" to have. I never open it and she is never in my truck. The few times she has been in the truck I've opened it and she raised hell about the wind.
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Ok, thanks for the replies to all of you, but if I recover it, I dont have to get in and out of the truck? or how is that?

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it's a pain to replace... however my dad recovered his and it made streaks in the fabric. he did everything he was supposed to but there was some kind of reaction between the adhesive and the fabric that made the fabric dark as if he stuck it on with super glue or somethin

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the fabric we used had some bad spots on it, like when it was brushed or whatever at the factory, it wasnt done right. It was lighter in some places. But once we got it in there u could never tell there was somethin wrong with the fabric.

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OK, thanks again and let see what happens.
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