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Thread: Ripped Roof Liner

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    Senior Member pandas's Avatar
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    Ripped Roof Liner

    Hi guys,

    Just noticed this the other day - any recommendations on a DIY job or should I be seeking professional advice?

    https://imgur.com/a/E0jGo

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    It doesn't look ripped - just that the adhesive is failing.

    A reputable interior trimmer should be able to make light work of that, particularly if the overhead cluster is removed to do the repair job.

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    Go with a genuine roof liner from VW mate and never worry. Already did mine with a motor trimmer. Plug and play.

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