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Old January 16th, 2015, 02:31 AM
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WTB - D90 rear trim and headliner

Sorry if I'm not being precise with terms - feel free to correct me. But I'm looking to add trim to the back of my D90 which is currently bare.

I'm looking for the following pieces.

- Rear Headliner, preferably without alpine windows cutouts, but since I'll be reupholstering, I can probably patch window cutouts with a little creativity. Condition is less important than cost (at least not RN/Laselle prices).

- The trim piece that goes vertically against the back of the roof above the hatch opening.

- Trim panels for the side walls.

I've got an older externally ribbed roof. Photo of where this is all going is attached.

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Old January 16th, 2015, 03:08 AM
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Peter:
One thing I'd suggest to you before adding headliner is add soundproofing on the roof. I can't do that until temps warm up here, but having one less sound reflecting surface in the truck has to help.
Yes I have the same externally ribbed alpine free roof as you.
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Old January 16th, 2015, 05:19 AM
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Peter:
One thing I'd suggest to you before adding headliner is add soundproofing on the roof. I can't do that until temps warm up here, but having one less sound reflecting surface in the truck has to help.
Yes I have the same externally ribbed alpine free roof as you.
You read my mind! I'm partly motivated by wanting the interior to feel a little less agricultural, but mostly I'm just hoping to reduce interior noise. I'm currently researching what type of acoustic measure to put under the headliner. Damping, mass loading, barrier, absorption - there's a lot of theory to sift through.

I didn't mention it but one concern I have is interference between the hatch hinges and the top-rear trim piece. But this would be a bridge to cross when I get there. First I'll need to source the pieces.
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