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Old 06-27-2005, 12:28 AM   #1
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getting rid of svt 2 tone

i got an svt focus and i dont know...the gray on the "pillars" (i guess you call them) and the gray ceiling just doesnt look good with the rest of the all black interior. I was wondering what i could do to change it to all black.I figure i could use black clothing diy to get the ceiling black. but what would i use on the pillars..spray paint and if so what brand and color caus ei want it to match the black already in there. any help will do. but if you got time to type how to i get the ceiling panel of alone with the pillars


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Get a shop to do the headliner, not sure about the pillars. This is what I want to do to, change the pillars/headliner to black cause gray sucks

Im gonna contact ford and see what if any paint matches the black/charcoal interior OEM.
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The part# from Ford you need is #PM19M547-1074H. This is a spray can that matches exactly the midnight black interior.
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Old 06-27-2005, 11:45 AM   #4
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thnx for the help now is there any tutorals to tell me how to take the pillars and head liner off
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Old 06-27-2005, 12:47 PM   #5
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search is your friend bud,
Headliner removal:
http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/s...301#post526301

and if you can hold a spray can and a shirt at the same time, you don't necessarily need to take your headliner in to a shop. With black, it's hard to **** up that badly. I did my headliner myself in yum velvet. But to each his own!
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Old 06-27-2005, 07:28 PM   #6
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ahh everytime I see this guys name I think of myself.
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I wouldnt buy a new headliner or even bother dying yours, go to joanne fabrics way in the back they have huge rolls of fabrics, and a section for automotive, including headliner material. I think it was about 20 bucks a yard, you shouldnt need more than 2 i would think. Use dubro or 3m spray adhesive and attach it to stock headliner, trim and reinstall. I wil be doing mine in the next few weeks.
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I wouldnt buy a new headliner or even bother dying yours, go to joanne fabrics way in the back they have huge rolls of fabrics, and a section for automotive, including headliner material. I think it was about 20 bucks a yard, you shouldnt need more than 2 i would think. Use dubro or 3m spray adhesive and attach it to stock headliner, trim and reinstall. I wil be doing mine in the next few weeks.

that's where I got my fabric. I got 6 yards for bout $60. And when you get your spray, get 3M Super 90. Or else you risk getting a sagging headliner. Just my .02
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Somebody (maybe wickedzx5) in NJ tweeded his headliner a while back... god that looked SO good, IMO. If I wasn't so lazy I would totally think of doing that. But then, I have the entire light grey dash, so it doesn't clash as much with the (still) lighter upper parts.
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