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04-02-2013 07:01 PM
49willard Dan,
Is the rattle can DAP high strength adhesive suitable for gluing foam backed headliner to my Rod doors abs headliner panel and also for gluing fabric to the foam board that I am going to buy?
04-02-2013 06:37 PM
49willard Dan,
Thanks for the response. I have located a supplier not too far away. 3mm 4 x 8 sheet is $40.
04-02-2013 11:11 AM
DanTwoLakes PVC Foamboard is your best bet. Read this thread:
04-02-2013 10:53 AM
New interior panel recommendations

I need to make new panels to fabric cover in my 49 Ford truck. The panels are flat (door and kick panels) and some curved (rear quarter panels). I purchased the rod doors headliner panel which is ABS (I think). What is suggested for new panels including bending the quarter panels and who is a possible supplier? I do not have access to anything like vacuum forming and hoped it could be done with a heat lamp or heat gun, comments?

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