Headliner Question

Discussion in 'Interior City' started by IlliniGSX, Apr 21, 2018.

  1. IlliniGSX

    IlliniGSX GSX #401

    OK, my dumb question for today, Is there insulation that goes between the headliner and the roof of the car?? If so does some body reproduce the insulation? Thanks in advance your comments.

  2. gsgnnut

    gsgnnut Well-Known Member

    Only what the mice bring in tnete!
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  3. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    Yes it was a fiber/felt type material between the roof skin and the braces. The Summit brand "dynamat" or 3m Qpads from an Auto Body supply store work great to replace the original stuff
  4. telriv

    telriv Founders Club Member

    I just use house insulation. Does the job & cheap.
  5. DasRottweiler

    DasRottweiler -BuickAddict-

    I used a product called Quickroof, available at HDepot. Basically Dynamat without the enormous markup.....Jim
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  6. IlliniGSX

    IlliniGSX GSX #401

    Guys, thanks for all the replies. Replacing the headliner should be an interesting experience. I get the parts from Legendary in mid May so I have a few weeks to think about this.

  7. Chi-Town67

    Chi-Town67 Gold Level Contributor

    Well, if you chicken out (like I did) I got a guy that did mine. He lives in Berwyn and he's a perfectionist doing headliners. There's nothing worse than looking at a brand new headliner that's wrinkled.
  8. gstewart

    gstewart Well-Known Member

    I, too, suggest that u hire a pro to install the headline. For me, it was well worth the cost
  9. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    It's easy till you get the rear then it becomes a pita real quick
  10. 64 skylark mike

    64 skylark mike Well-Known Member

    There's a pretty detailed article on installing headliners in the new June issue of Hemmings Muscle Machines if you decide to give it a try.

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