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last week i did another BEEliner and took a 1st Gen Ram headliner and brought it back from the dead....



 

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Wow Looks good!
 

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very nice
 

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I sent the old ram headliner for 120, but that was one way...the BEEliner was done for a friend from RB.org that drove the 4 hours to drop off and pick up. Shipping is a big issue with these...but its one hell of a mod for your rig...or anything for that matter.
 

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nope....fleece and fiberglass resin wraped with foam back headliner material
 

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here is one i did alittle over a year ago for another fellow rumblebee owner....



and here is mine......

 

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those look great.
 

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Names Jay this is my HEMI
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Wow! (speechless)...:worthy:
 

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Wow! Wish you could mail those... I know I'd buy one!
 

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nope....fleece and fiberglass resin wraped with foam back headliner material
That sounds like a lot of work. My friend did quite a few in Wyoming, and a couple when he worked at a custom shop here in Tempe. He used high density foam so it held shape but was still soft if you hit your head on it. Then he wrapped in either headliner cloth or vinyl. Vinyl gives the customer leather look, headliner cloth looks more factory.

I need him to do my leather seats soon..
 
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