Redid the headliner with material I got from csx369.
Here's how this procedure went:
First, got my material:
(I was lucky enough to get the exact stuff required)
A hard bristle scrub brush:
A wire brush:
A straight razor blade and, headliner adhesive
(I used the Permatex product)
Remove the entire headliner from the vehicle.
(Don't have pics or description of this operation but,
if you can't get the headliner out, you probably don't want to do this yourself)
Remove old fabric from the headliner board and, lay board on a flat surface
(Used my bed with an old sheet beneath)
The old glue must be thoroughly scrubbed off with either the hard bristle brush or,
if the glue tests you, use the wire brush.
(NOTE! Be VERY careful with the wire brush as you don't want to alter the shape of the liner board)
After the board is clean, Lay the headliner fabric, padding side up, down and, place the board on top of it.
Using a marker(Sharpie), trace the headliner and, all of the holes onto the fabric:
(This is simply for realignment purposes. Not an exact science)
(NOTE: Trace about 2" out from every edge as the fabric will be folded over the edge to complete)
Now I had the clean board and, the marked material.
Lay the board down, inside up.
Lay the material onto it padding(marked) side down.
Roll back the material half way and,
spray the board with adhesive; then spray the folded over half of the bottom of the material.
(YES, spray BOTH the board AND the material)
Let it set for 5min. and, fold the glued material to the glued board.
wipe the material onto the board evenly and,
flip the un-glued half over.
Spray the board and, the material, let the glue set for 5min. and,
flip the material over to cover the entire board.
(For some DUMB reason, I don't have pics of this part)
But, here's what it'll look like:
(Forgot for a minute that I didn't have to apply glue to the sunroof! lol)^
Press down on the fabric and, wipe the bubbles and any creases out.
Allow to dry for 30min(or so) and, flip over.
(Be sure to refold the sheet under the headliner job or, you'll get glue on the new fabric!)
Your alignment lines should be visible;
Cut the fabric to about 1" of the edges of the board:
Spray adhesive around the edges of the board and, the edge of the fabric that hangs out.
Allow to set-up for a minute and, fold the fabric over the edge of the board completely:
(Making "relief" cuts at the corners helps)
Cut out the remaining holes as necessary for proper install of lights, handles, seat belts, etc.
(Again, not an exact science. Most of the parts I cut will be under trim and never seen again)
WA-LA; New headliner:
OK; more updates to come.
Thanks for looking.