Making Replacement Headlining, Carpeting & Installation In Hijet Campervan

In this short video I show how I make a brand new headlining sheet along with top side panels, carpet them and install them in the Campervan. The van in question (Daihatsu Hijet) had only fabric headlining over the cab (which was drooping off) with no headlining in the rear so there was no template to work off. I used 4mm ply and 1 sheet was perfectly enough for the main board and the 2 side panels. Once cut, I carpet them with stretch carpet using high temp adhesive to ensure it doesn’t droop. I cut a hole in for the skylight and fit my downlights and install the headlining in the van. Once the headlining installation is complete, it transforms the look of the interior of the van from bare metal to a nice neat finish

Trimfix Adhesive:
https://hwb7h.app.goo.gl/TrimFix

Carpet:
https://hwb7h.app.goo.gl/Carpet

Mask::
https://hwb7h.app.goo.gl/Mask

Comments

dots8toni says:

Hi Where did you get the carpet from?

Peugeot expert camper van man says:

You have done a cracking job with the roof panel mate, the whole inside is looking fantastic…

Pam Barrett says:

How did you attach the wood panel to the van?

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