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DIY : Suede Roof liner / Black Interior
Published by typemoon
02-12-2012
DIY : Suede Roof liner / Black Interior

ATTEMPT AT YOUR OWN RISK



Materials Needed Is

1. Torx Wrench
2. Small Flat Screw Driver
3. 3 Square Yard Of Suede Of Your Choice (If It Stretch Even Better)
4. 3m Adhesive Spray
5. Fabric And Vinyl Paint
6. Titanium Fabric Scissor
7. Xacto Knife

And For Those Who Dont Wanna Paint Things Or Replace Some With The Black / Anthracite Versions

Left Sun Visor, Anthracite 51 16 7 960 063 ??
Right Sun Visor, Anthracite 51 16 7 960 064 ??
Sun Visor Bracket, Black 51 16 7 896 985 $1.50
Left Column A Cover, Anthracite 51 43 7 960 057 $27.05
Right Column A Cover, Anthracite 51 43 7 960 058 $27.05
Cover Cap, "AIRBAG", Black 51 43 2 251 367 $1.23
Left Column B Cover, Top, Anthracite 51 43 7 960 059 $29.94
Right Column B Cover, Top, Anthracite 51 43 7 960 060 $34.38
Left Column C Cover, Anthracite 51 43 7 960 061 $29.23
Right Column C Cover, Anthracite 51 43 7 960 062 $29.23
Cover Cap, "AIRBAG", Black 51 43 8 036 247 $0.86
Moulded Roof Lining, Anthracite 51 44 7 838 455 $629.34
Synthetic Strip, Anthracite 54 10 8 036 477 $24.64
Velour Sunroof Cover, Anthracite 54 10 8 036 474 $116.43
Rear Headliner Cover, Anthracite 51 44 7 960 075 $15.70
Front Handle, Anthracite 51 16 7 896 987 $11.40
Front Cover, Black 51 16 7 896 988 $0.52
Clothing Hook, Black 51 16 7 008 685 $10.82
Third Brake Light, Black 63 25 7 146 059 $79.40
Felt Strip 51 16 8 160 842 $0.14
Mirror Lamp 63 31 6 962 013 $8.06




This will be a long write up I'm at work so bear with me.


So to remove the headliner I followed This Guide
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=303463

And it will look like so. Be careful when pulling parts off, make sure your pulling straight out or else you may break some tabs.





One Your roof is free, Lean all Chair all the way back and all the way down. Slide the roof out the front seats, so there's no need to bend the roof liner. (unlike some members from older post has done)

Now the hard daring and risky part. PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK

Lay the suede across your roof liner and leave at least 3+ inches on each end so you have room to stretch and pull and room for mistake. Like so



Now Theres No TURNING BACK HERE !

Here's a basic youtube guide


Heres Me Doing It


WORK FROM THE MIDDLE OUT TO ONE SIDE (I worked from middle to back) then middle to front.



The Finish Product Will Take Better Shots Later




Heres a couple night shots later that day, still haven't finished be lazy and putting it off lol, OP FAILS i know



Update 03/23/2012 quick clip of my unfinished interrior




WILL UPDATE LATER WHEN I DEICED WHAT TO DO WITH THE HANGERS/HANDLES
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  #1  
By ashleymarie0792 on 02-14-2012, 11:46 PM
looks good lemme know how hard it was i might do it my slf as well pillars and everything
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By limp mode on 02-14-2012, 11:58 PM
awesome work.. risky if you fuck up lol
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By DJ Apex on 02-15-2012, 09:22 PM
omg omg omg omg omg i love u ive been waiting to do this for some time now but im scared but ehh im so down for it now !
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By gaalforce on 02-16-2012, 11:07 AM
aawsome been waiting for someone else to do this, what are you going to do about the sun roof visor?
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By merchomini on 02-16-2012, 12:18 PM
very interesting
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By typemoon on 02-16-2012, 08:47 PM
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aawsome been waiting for someone else to do this, what are you going to do about the sun roof visor?
take it out and paint it with fabric paint? Ill have pics up when Im done with everything.
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By Curtis92 on 02-16-2012, 09:55 PM
looks like its going to be a sweet finished product

Nice work
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By koruptiondblg on 02-19-2012, 06:26 PM
Looking good man. What did you use to clean the old headliner before spraying the glue on there?
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By typemoon on 02-19-2012, 08:12 PM
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Looking good man. What did you use to clean the old headliner before spraying the glue on there?
Nothing >.< I just brushed it off and vacuumed it, I asked my friend the same question as he helped me with mine lol.
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By gaalforce on 02-27-2012, 01:04 PM
pics?
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By f335d on 02-29-2012, 06:37 PM
Any pics of the roof back on??
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By J-Sin on 03-14-2012, 11:03 AM
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wheres this update?!
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By pits200 on 03-15-2012, 11:20 AM
I'm having a feeling this DIY turned out like dog doody and that's why we haven't seen pics yet. Kind of like HPFs single turbo upgrade so far.
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By J-Sin on 03-15-2012, 02:08 PM
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I like to give the OP the benefit of the doubt. I'll assume he lives in Narnia and "Later tonight" = 3 Months where he lives.
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By typemoon on 03-15-2012, 03:01 PM
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I'm having a feeling this DIY turned out like dog doody and that's why we haven't seen pics yet. Kind of like HPFs single turbo upgrade so far.
lol i havent updated cause im lazy and haven't painted my hangers yet and dont know if I should buy actual black one lol. check out my build thread I do have a couple interior shots o.O
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By typemoon on 03-23-2012, 09:40 PM
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updated ish !
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By J-Sin on 07-03-2012, 11:36 AM
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looks good, my concern however is the black suede sun fading...Unlike Alacantara which will not. hOW has it held up thus far?
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