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dudeman
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roof linning

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Hi was wondering if anybody knows were to get best roof lining looked at two or three companys .Also a see they come with wires my old one has a thin arch metal strip in mine & how easy is it to fit . Also fitting new carpet i have covered the whole van in side with 3mm sound proofing do you think will need linning before put new carpet down just thinking about thickness for bolting seats in

Boxofbits
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Re: roof linning

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dudeman wrote:Hi was wondering if anybody knows were to get best roof lining looked at two or three companys .Also a see they come with wires my old one has a thin arch metal strip in mine & how easy is it to fit . Also fitting new carpet i have covered the whole van in side with 3mm sound proofing do you think will need linning before put new carpet down just thinking about thickness for bolting seats in
Hi

Not sure which companies you’ve tried but Newton Commercial do a headlining set for ‘68 on van and PU.

https://newtoncomm.co.uk/products/morri ... 68-onwards

I would think you could get away with some underlay but you could also get a sample piece from Newton’s maybe?

Kevin

dudeman
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Re: roof linning

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Hi thanks kevin thats were was looking will as them for sample good thinking cheers

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