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Old 07-28-2016, 03:11 PM
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Headliner material on TGW

Hello FSJ'ers: I am looking to replace the full headliner on my '91 Wagoneer. Anyone have luck with the material they sell on Team Grand Wagoneer? Thanks
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Hello FSJ'ers: I am looking to replace the full headliner on my '91 Wagoneer. Anyone have luck with the material they sell on Team Grand Wagoneer? Thanks


I have a complete headliner for a 1980 Chero...don't know whether it'd fit your 91.
It was made by SMSheadliner; but it was a little too small in some areas, so I had to replace it.
I will give to you FREE, as long as you pay for shipping & packaging.

Lemme know
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stay away from TGW look online there are many shops selling what you need

be sure to u tube how to replace it and be especially carefull which adhesive you use - you must use headliner adhesive as it does no suck into the foam padding. this is important because if the padding gets adhesive in it, anytime you press on it it will permanently make little craters in it
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Purchased the headliner kit from BJs which comes with a can of the aerosol glue. This worked fine although a bit pricey in my opinion.

I recently purchased foam-backed headliner material at JoAnn fabric store to redo our old Pontiac. With their discount coupon I paid less than $30 for 6.5 feet. Unfortunately they only carry 3 colors - beige, grey and black.
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Thanks for the advice everyone! I will keep you posted on how the project goes.
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I have a complete headliner for a 1980 Chero...don't know whether it'd fit your 91.
It was made by SMSheadliner; but it was a little too small in some areas, so I had to replace it.
I will give to you FREE, as long as you pay for shipping & packaging.

Lemme know

Thanks for the offer - I really appreciate it. I'm trying to keep this stock and I don't think that would fit in my '91. I need to do the headliner, visors, and the overhead console.
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I had SMS do my visors and sell me material so a local shop could do the headliner and center consol. Very good to deal with.

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Thanks for the offer - I really appreciate it. I'm trying to keep this stock and I don't think that would fit in my '91. I need to do the headliner, visors, and the overhead console.

NP. I understand. I was able to buy 2 replacement visors on eBay, so I didn't need to have mine covered.
If you change your mind and think it'd fit, just send a PM.




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