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Old 05-29-2011, 11:56 PM
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looks like you did not pull liner forward enough at rear of door..need to correct that...
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I think it looks very nice, and its sure nice to have the shoulder belt.
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looks like you did not pull liner forward enough at rear of door..need to correct that...
Interesting that there is nothing in his gallery, and his profile says....he hasnt made any friends yet. Hmmm wonder why? John
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Very nice job. I've been running around with falling headliner and just torn it out and started a rebuild..I'm trying 1/8/bender luan as a pattern, so far so good


The Julie comment cracked me up

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Hurry, tell us what material you used...
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By the way....that is a nice headliner. I'd like to see some of the installation pics.

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mr. tinman i am not really an expert its just that when i notice flaws i try to bring it to there attention....you can not honestly with a pure christian heart tell me you dont see what i am talking about,,,oh well maybe i really am a expert,,,,
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Great Job on the Headliner,When could you start mine??
I hate it comments are made that really have no warrent for, so if you don't have anything good to say maybe best not to voice something you really don't know anything about. If you know what I mean..

sorry for the soap box but I really don't understand peoples comments.
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i noticed he had glued 4 pieces to make it.. i used 2 for mine one complete piece aceoss the back . much nicer
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what is a pure christian heart?...great job on the headliner...! its cool to see other's workmanship...
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i noticed he had glued 4 pieces to make it.. i used 2 for mine one complete piece aceoss the back . much nicer
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Either you are oblivious to the arrogance in your responses, or you are a troll. In which case I would have to ask why would anyone want to troll a truck forum.
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at least come up with a more original screen name...joe black??? if you want to play through HOLLYWOOD (mr death), Louis Cipher might be a better choice...however, you seem to prey off cool stuff that's why your still here on FTE...poser...
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Mr. Black, you seem to be an expert on almost everything....perhaps you could post some pictures of YOUR work, so we can see how it should be done?
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