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Old June 9th, 2008, 09:16 PM
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No insulation, but I need to. The 110 greenhouses easily in this heat. I'm going to pull it all down soon and add some good stuff. it is made of fiberglass, so it is quite durable. I like it alot. don't have to worry about it getting dirty. so far, it hasn't got dirty. another benefit with being fully fiberglass, is if there are any leaks, it traps it, and the leak will be routed to the side walls. I have a small seamleak somewhere (thinks its a bad gasket on one of the cage posts).
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I'll try that, but where exactly is this place located? I honestly really don't know what all that means. I see the "tel" number, but what are the country and city codes?

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If you want to call them from the US, dial 011 44 1974 831 659 (011 -> "international number"; "44" -> UK; then ditch the first digit from the phone number [don't have a good explanation, but typically non-zero starting numbers in France or the UK are "special" numbers you can only call from those countries]). The UK has an interesting phone numbering system. 01974 is in the city area code. But for cell phones, you'll find a different prefix _and_ number of digits.
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Thanks for the pics Mark.Very nice indeed. I have speakers (made by VDO the gauge co) cut into my headliner in about the same spot and they drive me nuts. I'm 6'6 so they are right in my ear. Could you have located them anywhere or where those holes pre-cut. On his website he shows a truck cab liner with speakers up where the visors are. Any recollection what the 110 liner cost shipped to the US ?
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Those speaker holes I cut out myself. LaSalle provided the speaker mounts as screw on accessories, and I could have located them anywhere along the curvature length of the headliner. I actually like them there. Trying to get as much electronics off the floor and as high as possible for future wading.

I still have to cut out the alpine windows with a dremel, so you don't see those in these pics. LaSalle provides an alpine window trim as an option, which I got. you dremel out the headliner where the windows exist, then screw in the trim to hide the cutout hole. I'll post down the road when it's done. working other priority projects right now.

as for cost. I'd have to lookup my inventory, but I had LaSalle ship the headliner new to M&D engineering, who through it in the crate with my 2.8 diesel conversion kit. so I didn't pay intl shipping on the lasalle.
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HI Guys LaSalle is based not far from me and close to the start of one of the most popular offroad routes in wales called Strata Florida.

I had one of the first sets of S3 door cards they produced and was very impressed with them, a mate bought a headlining with radio and speaker mouldings in them, it made a hell of a difference.
I have not heard much from them in years though.

If your stuck i can call them and get the info you want and post it on here.

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