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Sunroof car, dome light question


PapaG

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I have rebuilt the dome light support  on my '76 sunroof car and it now looks like the photo below - except for the four little tabs (this photo is from my2002tii.com). My dome light mount was in the trunk when I got the car, full of holes, beat up and dismantled - what do the four little tabs do, hold a piece of foam? Any pics of this properly assembled would be greatly appreciated.

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Probably a good picture on Keith's site.  I haven't looked at it in awhile.  Good searching.

 

Don

 

WWW.MY2002TII.COM

My 1974 BMW 2002tii restoration project, including details, photographs, lessons learned and more

 

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The (4) clips fastened to the board secure the first headliner bow.

 

My 69 when I first did the headliner.  Note you must pierce holes in the headliner bow pocket (only for this location) to secure the headliner to the board.

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Jim Gerock

 

Riviera 69 2002 built 5/30/69 "Oscar"

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2 hours ago, beammmer said:

Probably a good picture on Keith's site.  I haven't looked at it in awhile.  Good searching.

 

Don

 

WWW.MY2002TII.COM

My 1974 BMW 2002tii restoration project, including details, photographs, lessons learned and more

 

I printed out that section for my reference.  

Jim Gerock

 

Riviera 69 2002 built 5/30/69 "Oscar"

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2 hours ago, jgerock said:

Note you must pierce holes in the headliner bow pocket (only for this location) to secure the headliner to the board.

I would NEVER have guessed that. Thanks so much Jim!

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