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looking for a quick fix to repair a drooping head liner in my Deere. kind of irratating on my bald head.. i came out of the field last nite with a stick proping it up :oops:

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Wear a cap! My headliner is sagging and I haven;t even figured out how to get it out let alone to fix it

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The is an adhesive made especially for these. You have to remove the headliner and the backing from the truck. You can get a kit for this at most major automotive stores. One of the car shows on Speed Network showed it one night. Probably a good job for a rainy day.
 

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cowboyup216":2d1cpb1t said:
For head liner I have either used 3m adhesive or the upholstery brads that you twist in. The brads seem to work the best. You can get them at walmart for about 40 cents a pack. Cheapest fix I ever found. Works well for cars and or trucks.

http://www.rochfordsupply.com/product_l ... dID_E_3512

Get some Crown Royal Blue felt to replace the old stuff, put those brads in with a design, hang some dice... like pimp my tractor or somehting. :D (The brads do work though)

I think some one already said it about going to an automaotive place. They have an aerosal glue for that. It is easy to do and works good. I think even the Elmer's clear spray addhesive works.. not totally sure though.
 
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the cork-screw deal looks like it might work on a head-liner or a bottle of good wine. no need to pimp my tractor, my wife thinks it's sexy...... after 10 hours on it today i have learned to lay back and too the side, that sounds like the way a pimp rides in north Ms. and i wonder why my back hurts... think i need a custom fit stick till i get time....

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I heard an easy way to fix a saggin head liner was.........get a disposable syringe with crazy glue,made sense to me,probably need a thin glue that sets up fast ?.................good luck
 
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