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Spotbiltxo #826812 Thu Feb 16 2012 03:10 PM
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Chooglin - be sure to post some pictures of the cedar when it's done! I like the wood idea because there are a lot of us that split our time and talents between woodwork and metalwork!

Spotbiltxo - FINALLY a something good comes out of politics! Did you add any designs to the vinyl?

How about using old movie posters or car dealership advertisements? Travel brochures? Pictures from the trips taken in the truck?


It is neither wealth nor splendor, but tranquility in occupation which brings happiness. - Thomas Jefferson

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chevoldsmoyota #827155 Fri Feb 17 2012 03:48 PM
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chevoldsmoyota, Never thought of it that way, but I agree. I'm glad I could find something good I could use associated with politics!!

No sir, I did not put any designs in the vinyl. I'm not that talented. The vinyl did have a subtle pebble pattern in it, so that looks nice as is.

Thanks.


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chevoldsmoyota #828449 Tue Feb 21 2012 03:46 PM
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/9155420@N02/sets/72157629416875247/

Spotbiltxo #831665 Sat Mar 03 2012 12:03 AM
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AD PICKUP

great job on your headliner. I have a question though you might be able to answer. I picked up a headliner froom Brothers truck parts. The front of the headliner was wider and went about 3 inches further back then my center headliner bow would go. And the back piece was about 3 inches to short. Is there a differnce between a 5 window cab headliner and a 3 window cab headliner? Also what kind of insulation did you use between your headliner and top of your cab if any? thanks

tracern1 #832205 Mon Mar 05 2012 12:03 AM
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No difference in 5 window and 3 window headliner. I used aircraft insulation in mine. A upholsterer friend of mine suggested and got it for me.

AD_Pickup #832218 Mon Mar 05 2012 12:58 AM
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thanks for the info and the reply

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