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Old 01-03-2019, 02:01 PM #1
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Headliner for top

I've got a few tears in my top's headliner and I was wondering if anyone has replaced theirs with an aftermarket headliner or even with nothing at all? I don't really like the look of the headliner that it came with.
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I've replaced the headliner on a number of vehicles.
You can get actual headliner material or something else at a fabric store.
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Iím guessing you have a 1st Gen? (It would be way better if 1st and 2nd Gen each had their own sub forum!). If so, replacing the headliner should be much simpler as you can remove the top and turn it upside down so you donít have to fight gravity all the way through the job.
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I used Diamond-Plate Pattern Anti-Fatigue Mat

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... tears in my top's headliner
From "Top's", I assume you have a first-gen...

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... even with nothing at all? I don't really like the look of the headliner that it came with...
Below should address above

A few years ago, I used Diamond-Plate Pattern Anti-Fatigue Mat that I bought from Sears. big Lots also carried it back then.
Fits the utilitarian, simple, minimal, low-maintenance style of the first-gen.
Although used spray adhesive, I could have gotten away without because the material is stiff enough.

Pics also on my Rod Antenna Delete post:
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Headliner for top-kimg0051_zps5mbzg1yv-jpg  Headliner for top-kimg0052_zpstvmjcvnb-jpg  Headliner for top-kimg0216_zps20c72bfb-jpg 
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Iím guessing you have a 1st Gen? (It would be way better if 1st and 2nd Gen each had their own sub forum!). .
You're waay to new to know, but there were 2 separate sub-forums many years ago, but after time they were combined because of too little traffic to justify both.
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You're waay to new to know, but there were 2 separate sub-forums many years ago, but after time they were combined because of too little traffic to justify both.
I figured that was the situation. Not like it costs extra money for the extra sub, does it?

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From "Top's", I assume you have a first-gen...


Below should address above

A few years ago, I used Diamond-Plate Pattern Anti-Fatigue Mat that I bought from Sears. big Lots also carried it back then.
Fits the utilitarian, simple, minimal, low-maintenance style of the first-gen.
Although used spray adhesive, I could have gotten away without because the material is stiff enough.

Pics also on my Rod Antenna Delete post:
https://www.toyota-4runner.org/1944195-post70.html

After looking for nearly two years I finally found a place locally to me where I can purchase this material going to buy it install it this spring.
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Sound good. It have to be a 1st Gen
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