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    What's up I have a 2002 wrx and I was trying to see if anyone had any ideas or knew anyone that had tried to glue different fabrics to the interior. I saw some vw's last summer with this done by wanted to see of anyone had any ideas I already know a website where I can get the fabric from now just need help installing

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    wouldnt it be better to remove the material and stitch it on? glue could separate with passengers coming in and out and the heat may make weaken the glue.

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    Well actually the fabric wouldnt be on the seats or anything it would be on the pillars and possibly the roof liner the seats will remain stock

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    i did this with my old 2002 rs, ill post pics after this post, go to walmart and pick your fabric, get more than you need for obvious reasons, then go to home depot and get m3 heavy duty fabric glue, 1-2 cans is enough, to remove the headliner is simple, remove the visors, the 3 clips above the rear seats, and unscrew the interior light the pillars just pop off. the hardest part of the whole operation is getting the head liner out of your car, i recined my seats all the way and worked it out of my passenger side door. be sure to use enough of the glue and wait a few minutes for it to get tack (do small sections at a time to remove creases) then fold over excess and glue to the bottom and put it all back... **profit**

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    the picture doesnt quite do it justice, it came out pretty well
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    good job on the install i guess, but i do not like the material choice.

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    it looked like a better option when it was out of the car, once i had it in i wasn't a huge fan either, but i lived with it until i eventually sold the car, the buyer loved it so i was happy with it
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