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sail panel area
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Would anybody happen to have a pic of their sail panel area before rear window installed? I just got my headliner in and am starting on the sail panel area. My new sail panels have a bit of material hanging off them, does this get glued inside the window channel like the headliner, or to the bottom of the pinch weld area? my originals that came with the car did not have the extra materials, they were just kind of stuffed into place, and the headliner was just tucked into the rubber window gasket.
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Omie01;212249 Wrote:Would anybody happen to have a pic of their sail panel area before rear window installed? I just got my headliner in and am starting on the sail panel area. My new sail panels have a bit of material hanging off them, does this get glued inside the window channel like the headliner, or to the bottom of the pinch weld area? my originals that came with the car did not have the extra materials, they were just kind of stuffed into place, and the headliner was just tucked into the rubber window gasket.

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Omie01;212249 Wrote:Would anybody happen to have a pic of their sail panel area before rear window installed? I just got my headliner in and am starting on the sail panel area. My new sail panels have a bit of material hanging off them, does this get glued inside the window channel like the headliner, or to the bottom of the pinch weld area? my originals that came with the car did not have the extra materials, they were just kind of stuffed into place, and the headliner was just tucked into the rubber window gasket.

On mine it was wrapped around the lip and glued on the top too so that the rubber gasket was holding it on the top and bottom.

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Cool, thank you! Very helpful!!!
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Yup - that's how I did mine.

I used 1" pieces of windlace (I'd bought some extra) since I learned that Eddie had bought ALL of the rainbow edition clothes pins. rofl

Nice job, Eddie! thumb

Eric

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Mister 4x4;212284 Wrote:Yup - that's how I did mine.

I used 1" pieces of windlace (I'd bought some extra) since I learned that Eddie had bought ALL of the rainbow edition clothes pins. rofl

Nice job, Eddie! thumb


Yup, i like the rainbow colors...
After working on the headliner some clothes pins has glue on it, i throw those away before my wife saw it.
rofl
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eddyw;212297 Wrote:Yup, i like the rainbow colors...
After working on the headliner some clothes pins has glue on it, i throw those away before my wife saw it.
rofl

Yeah, it's easier to say "I don't know" when she asks "where's my clothes pins" than when she asks "how did this glue get all over my clothes pins and clothes".



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