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i still have to get out the hairdryer to smooth out a few creases..

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Posted: 2006/9/9 11:01  Updated: 2006/9/9 11:01
Home away from home
Joined: 2006/7/24
From: Sydney
Posts: 553
 Re: the new hoodlining is in...
HOw do these things go in???wat holds em up there?? is it hard to replace one and were would i get a new one from??

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Posted: 2006/9/9 12:43  Updated: 2006/9/9 12:43
Home away from home
Joined: 2003/7/15
From: Brissy
Posts: 552
 Re: the new hoodlining is in...
just go to an autotrimmer with ur original hoodlining and the will make one up in ur choice of colour..
i also paid a professional to fit it.
i would not like the task of fitting one without stuffing it up...

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Posted: 2006/9/10 2:55  Updated: 2006/9/10 2:55
Home away from home
Joined: 2003/5/19
From: Melbourne
Posts: 786
 Re: the new hoodlining is in...
I did mine myself. I was close to paying for it but it was gonna cost me about $350 so I decided to have a go.

In the end it only cost me about $25 in materials and about 6 hours of my time. I used a stretchy black material so it was forgiving if I got some dimensions wrong. It also pays to be handy with a sewing machine.

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Posted: 2006/12/12 21:38  Updated: 2006/12/12 21:38
Home away from home
Joined: 2005/11/15
From: Gold Coast Australia
Posts: 753
 Re: the new hoodlining is in...
I am looking foreward to retrimming the hoodlining in the sunny, because it is just moulded cardboard with the vynal glued over the top. So I just have to glue the new material over that again.

A hint for other cars that have the cardboard. Leave the material draped over the cardboard in the sun for an hour or so, just to help the material follow the shape of the cardboard easier when glueing, without having to use a heat gun.