As long as it's in good shape, sure. Trying to get it to line up just right might suck though. Might as well replace it, fabric is cheap. I did one in black denim a while back, cost me $30 or so and I had a bunch leftover.
Originally Posted by Jeepinid View Post
Might check with a local upholstery shop, most will redo XJ liners for around $100 because they're so simple to remove.
I know this is an older thread, but I plan on doing the headliner in my WJ this summer - I don't like the two tone thing, and Pep Boys has a roll of black carbon fiber patterned headliner material for $65. I've done it before (grey camo material in my 240SX hatch years ago) but I didn't know how to do the visors. Great writeup!
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Looks real good. I might just tackle this one a bit down the line. My headliner is actually holding up great, but I do have quite a few cigerette holes from a previous owner. (Damn smokers. lol.)
1999 Grand Cherokee Limited, 4.7L V8, QT II, AWD, Brush Guard, 31x10.5x15"s. BB otw.
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