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Old 07-20-2013, 10:47 AM   #1
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Headliner failure

I have an 05 Itasca Horizon. The headliner is "Foam backed vinyl". The foam has deteriorated and the headliner is falling is several places (one to two feet in diameter). Have been told by headliner (Auto) shop that it cannot be put back up as the foam will come apart. Does anyone have suggestions for a material to replace the headliner, other than foam backed vinyl. All existing places are in the 3 middle sections and do not involve cabinets, so I would consider an alternate material. HELP!
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Why not call Winnebago and see what they suggest? If you haven't already.
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I think this site may have what your after.

Custom RV Parts, RV Parts Manufacturer, and RV Accessories at All-Rite

I'll double check the link.

I got it to work . First time . I must have done something wrong.
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I think this site may have what your after.

Custom RV Parts, RV Parts Manufacturer, and RV Accessories at All-Rite

I'll double check the link.

I got it to work . First time . I must have done something wrong.
Is there a specific product they have for the headliner sagging.

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another link

here is a link to the products for head liners.

Ceiling Fabric - Ceiling Fabric

good luck im in the same boat.
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Old 07-23-2013, 04:21 PM   #6
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Thanks for all your help and suggestions. I have emailed several places for sample materials. (Carpet type only, no more vinyl) I have removed the vinyl, starting 4 feet behind the front and all the way to the bulkhead past the sink (Aprox. 18 feet) I am now proceeding to scrape the foam from the ceiling panels. This is the tuffest part of the job so far. We will try to find a material that will compliment the vinyl that is still in place
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Why not try some auto upholstery places? They deal with sagging headliners all the time. The shop down the road from me did my truck in about 20 minutes. They used a simple wire wheel on a drill to remove the old stuff.
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