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Thanks!

:lol: no problem. its still pretty awesome.

To anyone who has done their headliners.

What glue did you use, and did it work?

When I did the one in my 850 the headliner glue lasted about 3 months then sagged again :(

The s70 is starting to sag in the back, so I am either going to just spray some in to fix that spot or just replace the whole thing with a dark material (its grey now)

Wanting to do this so it stays up instead of coming down in 3 months.

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I used a commercial grade spray adhesive in the wagon.

But when i did the Z i used 3m spray. Been 6-7 years now.

Which kind? Heard trim adhesive mentioned in a couple google searches.

Did you use headliner board, or w/e material you found at a store? I am thinking maybe it was the type of material I used.

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Anyone who has/had EMPI axles. What is the size nut on the end of them? My Dad installed them and I have no idea what size nut they are, want to know just in case.

Thanks

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Which kind? Heard trim adhesive mentioned in a couple google searches.

Did you use headliner board, or w/e material you found at a store? I am thinking maybe it was the type of material I used.

I dont know what the new brand is. its some low vapor crap the shop has to use now. If i remember ill check what the guys back there use on monay.

I reused headliner boards both times. Foam backed vynal from jo anns fabrics in the z and 1/4" headliner material for the wagon

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Anyone who has/had EMPI axles. What is the size nut on the end of them? My Dad installed them and I have no idea what size nut they are, want to know just in case.

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Gsp was 32mm probably the same for you

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Gsp was 32mm probably the same for you

The nuts on the EMPIs aren't 32mm. I have a 32mm for when OEM nuts were on there, but the EMPI ones are different. I guess I'll have to get a crescent wrench on there and then measure it. :unsure:

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the aftermarket axle i got was 36mm.

i remember because i just bought a 32mm for the job and had to go back and buy another socket.

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Oh wait! Yeah, John, you're probably right. Thanks Vagabond. The socket I tried earlier was a 36mm that I bought for the OEM axle, and these are slightly smaller, 32mm I think is right.

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jimmy tatro has some funny stuff, kind of been more lame lately but he's got potential....

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So I just downloaded the Volvospeed connect app. Not bad, needs a bit more polishing but I like where it's going. Who developed it?

Anyway I was hoping I could post a picture from it but it doesn't look like that is possible yet.

Nvm figured out how to upload photos lol

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Went and visited my Aunt/Uncle this weekend and was forced to sleep in my younger cousins spare room. I was kinda creeped out/overwhelmed by the amount of stuff...

What the fuck goes on in the head of a teenage girl??

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If you'll notice the white "bear" lying face down on the dresser, I had to do that because it was the body of a teddy bear and a glass face of a baby doll.

What. The. Fuck.

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