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Velcro is your friend

My head liner was falling apart, from a leak the P.O. never adressed.
So rather than dabble in the world of glue, I tried velcro, and Wallah, I have an Intact headliner again. Also, my mother inlaw fixed the interior valance with a hot glue gun, she rules by the way, and now my interior is looking much tighter than before. So when I have to play with the sunroof (it's still not working properly) all I have to do is yank down the headliner from the rear (after removing the Valance) and off she comes. then remove the sunroof, put the valance back on and I'm off....

PS: I wonder if Overkill has discovered it yet?

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Old 05-05-2003, 02:59 PM
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Old 05-05-2003, 05:01 PM
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nice!...
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i dont think it was necessary to Yank on the headliner for repairs, check it first.
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Ya...Frank, what exactly are you doing everytime you pull the headliner???

...and no, "pulling the headliner" is not a gay reference SHAUN!!!

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Quote:
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Ya...Frank, what exactly are you doing everytime you pull the headliner???

...and no, "pulling the headliner" is not a gay reference SHAUN!!!

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Sounds more like a euphamism.
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yes....bill clinton had a euphamism once, and she became a headliner.
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Ba doom ching!!!

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To access my sunroof hardware.. I had to get under the headliner.. so, I pulled it..where it wasn't already unattached....The worn gear is still there. but I'm not getting any motor function in the open position, just the close position...
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Quote:
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You need Velcro when you install an Ejection Seat.

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Old 05-07-2003, 12:47 AM
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In my Harley riding days, I once thought about using Velcro on this petit lady friend of mine to keep her stuck on the back seat. She didnt like the idea, so she always used to hold on tight, so she wouldn't get blown by the wind.... heheh
Well it worked for me....
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would that be the hook or the loop on the seat? :-)
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the hooker, i bet, .......the driver was looped. i think i saw him and her riding at the campground about 1 am at sturgis.
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