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post #76 of 99 Old 05-14-2014, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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Frame stiffener... Doorless... Chevy 350 swap
Idk I really like the straight 6

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Idk I really like the straight 6
Frame stiffener... Doorless... Stroker?
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post #78 of 99 Old 05-15-2014, 05:36 AM Thread Starter
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Frame stiffener... Doorless... Stroker?
Now we're cooking with oil
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Now we're cooking with oil
This all honestly has nothing to do with a headliner... But I'd definitely get a 4.7 stroker and put a turbo on
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This all honestly has nothing to do with a headliner... But I'd definitely get a 4.7 stroker and put a turbo on
Yeah that would be pretty awesome
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post #81 of 99 Old 05-21-2014, 08:26 PM
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I didn't notice any noise difference. It's not like our XJ's are the quietest anyway. I did line the roof with some adhesive aluminum flashing I got a Lowes. It is almost the same thing as Dynamat, but at a fraction of the cost.
Here are a few pics. I did my headliner in black because it matches my trim, but for a few extra dollars they can color match.
Looks great may have to think about this when it is time to replace mine. The last owner used a power staple gun to hold the fabric up.
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post #82 of 99 Old 05-22-2014, 10:20 AM
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I will say this, I didn't notice a big noise difference (none of the rest of the cab is sealed yet after all), but adding dynamat behind the board before reinstalling has DEFINITELY made a difference in the thermal insulation of mine. That big square roof was always a heckuva solar panel, and this helped with the summer hot-head a lot.

I know it's still spring, but summer starts early in Texas...

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I will say this, I didn't notice a big noise difference (none of the rest of the cab is sealed yet after all), but adding dynamat behind the board before reinstalling has DEFINITELY made a difference in the thermal insulation of mine. That big square roof was always a heckuva solar panel, and this helped with the summer hot-head a lot.

I know it's still spring, but summer starts early in Texas...
We're rocking 90s in Oklahoma already
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As long as I'm not alone sweatin my *** off I feel better lol

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post #85 of 99 Old 05-26-2014, 08:40 AM
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Thanks for the info on the roll on liner and dynomax. After I roll on the liner I think I will wait a week to reinstall it if the smell is that bad.

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Thanks for the info on the roll on liner and dynomax. After I roll on the liner I think I will wait a week to reinstall it if the smell is that bad.
It's not too bad. But if I had the chance to wait a week before installing it I would.

I thought the smell was going away until my cousin got in and asked "why does it smell like cat p***"
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Has anyone had any failure using 3m super 77? I used about two cans on mine and it looked really good! Next day it sagged, now about 4 days later its about as bad as it was before. Maybe i didnt put enough glue on? I'm torn between three options A.) poke little holes and spray in the sagging areas b/c the cloth is nice B.) tear it all down again and use three cans C.) Bedliner
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Has anyone had any failure using 3m super 77? I used about two cans on mine and it looked really good! Next day it sagged, now about 4 days later its about as bad as it was before. Maybe i didnt put enough glue on? I'm torn between three options A.) poke little holes and spray in the sagging areas b/c the cloth is nice B.) tear it all down again and use three cans C.) Bedliner
My bedliner hasn't given me any trouble. If I had to fix a xj headliner again I'd bedline it.
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No more smell!
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post #90 of 99 Old 06-09-2014, 05:41 PM
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Well I'm at the point where I don't want sag... And I highly doubt the Bedliner will sag, could a Home Depot color match Bedliner?
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