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Old 05-28-2011, 09:56 PM
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Headliner finished

Finally got the headliner finished. Things looking up for Pigeon Forge trip in June.Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 05-28-2011, 10:12 PM
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Looking good dude!! I didnt know you were goin to be in PF in June. I'll be looking for ya. I've been following your truck from the begining I want to see it in person. Oh yeah and I'd like to meet you too, but we all know the trucks are the the real stars Just kidding. I love hanging out with new Ford friends and old Ford friends. I cant wait. See yall there.
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sorry, kind of off-topic, but... what's the shoulder belt mounted to? A factory brace? Or... something custom?

Looks AMAZING all 'round. Beautiful cabin!
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Very nice.I have it on my to do list. Rushed mine out the door to use for the summer without one.When I have time I will check to see if you showed us how you built such a beautiful liner.I attemped one a year ago and will not be posting my results, ha ha.
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sorry, kind of off-topic, but... what's the shoulder belt mounted to? A factory brace? Or... something custom?

Looks AMAZING all 'round. Beautiful cabin!
The belts are mounted to a custom bracket we made and welded it in.
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I can't really make out the pic (on my phone) but is that an additional section of metal attached to the cab body?
ie, my concern would be slamming the brakes,etc and pulling a dent into the cab sheetmetal..? Does that make sense? Looks beautiful, I'd like to put shoulders in mine when I get that far.
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Looking good Larry what did you end up using for your headliner or did you purchase one?
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I can't really make out the pic (on my phone) but is that an additional section of metal attached to the cab body?
ie, my concern would be slamming the brakes,etc and pulling a dent into the cab sheetmetal..? Does that make sense? Looks beautiful, I'd like to put shoulders in mine when I get that far.
Yes, it's an additional section of metal welded to the top and bottom braces that extend out from the rear window to the door opening. We've established that the 48-50 cabs had two of these braces, while 51-52 cabs only had one brace.
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Very nice headliner! Did you do it yourself? If so, beautiful work. What type of material?
Your truck looks great....very classy!
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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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It looks great - I've been pondering the headliner project - I'm not sure I'm detailed or careful enough to get it to look nice like yours. I don't see any ductape on your's !

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looks like you did not pull liner forward enough at rear of door..need to correct that...
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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Excellent work on the headliner! The belts a nice addition too. Seen something like it in MF but it was pricey,I went with the seat with the integrated belts.
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