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Brothers truck headliner
#1435295 Fri Dec 31 2021 02:04 AM
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Have any of you bought a headliner from Brothers Trucks? They say theirs are molded to fit better to make installation easier. They cost more than the others at $49.99 each. I’d like to know if the extra cost is worth it.

Re: Brothers truck headliner
Joe Alan #1435302 Fri Dec 31 2021 02:50 AM
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I have been wondering the same thing.


58 Apache, long bed fleetside, V8 w/SM420
Drivable but the rear axle needs work.
Re: Brothers truck headliner
Joe Alan #1435523 Sat Jan 01 2022 02:36 PM
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One big thing that stands out to me is the Brothers headliner seems to have all of the holes needed for installation (just by looking at the picture for 47-49). The other headliners I have looked at don't have all of those...namely the visor hole/screws. I too would like to know if theirs is better.

I would definitely trace the headliner and holes out onto kraft paper before installing, that way if it is a great fit it would be easy to make a new one out of another material later on!


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Re: Brothers truck headliner
stlcardinalsguy #1435932 Tue Jan 04 2022 12:52 AM
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stlouiscardinals guy Just mark it right on the cardboard,I adjust mine each headliner.


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