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Old 02-16-2016, 03:00 PM   #1
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Any recommendations for headliner repair for a Toyota? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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Old 02-16-2016, 03:06 PM   #2
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Do it yourself. It's a piece of cake and only cost you about $30-50 tops.
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Reese Howard "The Headliner Pro". Great workmanship at a great price. He comes to you, as well! 434-8506

If you had done a search here, you'd have seen him mentioned often.
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Pull it out, scrape the crap off of it and use roll on bedliner or something of the sort. Never worry about it sagging again and it looks pretty decent too.
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I used headliner pro years ago. Fast, reasonable and looks great. Ill call him again iffin I sag again.
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Reese Howard "The Headliner Pro". Great workmanship at a great price. He comes to you, as well! 434-8506

If you had done a search here, you'd have seen him mentioned often.
Cost for Milton/Pace folks? I have an old truck that could use a new liner. My Dad didn't feel the need to put money into a truck that he could no longer drive with his bad knees. I would like to replace the headliner at a decent cost if available. Lord knows my Dads truck is and has been dependable. I am putting a hold on its sale because a family member might need it. But to replace the headliner at a decent cost could be an idea.

Price for Milton folks?
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Reese Howard "The Headliner Pro". Great workmanship at a great price. He comes to you, as well! 434-8506

If you had done a search here, you'd have seen him mentioned often.
Cost for Milton/Pace folks? I have an old truck that could use a new liner. My Dad didn't feel the need to put money into a truck that he could no longer drive with his bad knees. I would like to replace the headliner at a decent cost if available. Lord knows my Dads truck is and has been dependable. I am putting a hold on its sale because a family member might need it. But to replace the headliner at a decent cost could be an idea.

Price for Milton folks?
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Old 02-17-2016, 10:23 AM   #9
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My 2005 Silverado crew cab could use a new headliner as well. It's sagging bad.
I have no idea what one costs. What is a ballpark figure - $100, $500 ? No idea. Anybody know ?
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