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Old 04-12-2010, 11:38 AM
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New head liner and floor

Like the title says i am wanting some info on new head liners and the black rubber floors. I have found some things online but want to hear what has worked best for you guys.

It is a late 99 f250 CC SB Lariat Tan. Goal is for all black inside.

Right now the headliner and floor is really dirty so i am going to start there thanks

Also how does the headliner come out? Will it fit out a door or the back window?
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Old 04-23-2010, 05:51 PM
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i would like to do the same but with a king ranch interior..(hard to find)..but..stockinteriors.com has very good quality carpet (i got some samples ha) annd not sure about a headliner...suede is nice though!
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Old 05-01-2010, 02:06 AM
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head liner will come out if you remove seats , then sun visors , then all pillars a,b,c then rubber door molding .then drop head liner and turn sideways and remove through pass. back door , do not bend the head liner it will crease . also have a buddy help you it makes it a lot easier. i changed my head liner and carpet from grey to black got it from acc it was $ 220 for every thing .

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head liner will come out if you remove seats , then sun visors , then all pillars a,b,c then rubber door molding .then drop head liner and turn sideways and remove through pass. back door , do not bend the head liner it will crease . also have a buddy help you it makes it a lot easier. i changed my head liner and carpet from grey to black got it from acc it was $ 220 for every thing .
Thanks Diverse customS that is what i wanted to know. Everything holding up well? You wouldnt happen to have pics of this would you.
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Old 05-02-2010, 08:46 PM
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everything is cool so far , my truck is a show truck ( its driven on the weekends ) idk if i would do black in a daily driver . it shows dirt very easily , but looks killer when clean i am at work for another week when i get home i can take some pics , i dynamat the whole roof also to cut down heat and sound deadening ( 2 10 in jlw7 woofers w/ 2,000 watts of power ) tend to make stuff rattle .
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thats good to know about the headliner.... i thought i was going to have to take out the rear window. the po was a chain smoker, with the with windows obviously up. i smoke and it really stinks even to me.... i figured i would just have to replace the headliner, since there is no way to clean it.
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