Join Date: Feb 2008
This past weekend, I opted for spraying bedliner on the headliner. I used the shop vac/small wire brush method to remove the old headliner backing material. I also ripped that nasty old fabric from the visors and overhead console. 'Sprayed the outside piece of the OC with bedliner too.
So far, I like the clean look, but I may go back and paint it grey...who knows? Time will tell.
Havent decided what to do with the visors. For now, I'll just reinstall them without the fabric....which looks pretty bad.
It's going to be nice being able to drive with a window down today. With that sagging headliner, I couldnt do that before. ( you guys know what I'm talking about, if your headliner is starting to come down )
I crave fresh air and sunshine anyway. That's the reason I buy Jeeps in the first place !
Before I reinstalled the headliner itself, I took a marker to the topside and told the story of my ZJ's history since the day I bought it. Mentioned the states it's visited, the duck and deer hunts, the boats it's pulled, the beaches it's driven on, saltwater fishing trips, the number of girlfriends and wives it's survived...etc. Told the mileage as of right now, the fact that nothing but Castrol has been used in it and a few other tidbits, including the fact that if someone was reading it, I'm probably dead because I have no intention of selling it.
2007 5.7 Hemi, Ltd. QD II -
1997 ZJ, 4,0 select trac, Up country, track lok.