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Used some heavy tweed type material and created a piece of headliner to connect my shiplap ceiling panels and oem headliner. I used some thin plywood, some 1/4"dense foam, the tweed material and headliner spray glue. Not 100% perfect but I'll take it.

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Here is the link to the material if anyone is interested
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Edit: FYI, this is in my '17 350 HD high roof.
 

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Use some 3M spray adhesive to finish this off and tuck the corners in tight. If this is your template, take it back down and add some reinforced cross stitching then reapply the material back into place with the spray adhesive.
 

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Use some 3M spray adhesive to finish this off and tuck the corners in tight. If this is your template, take it back down and add some reinforced cross stitching then reapply the material back into place with the spray adhesive.
Thanks for the tips. yeah I was kind of at a disadvantage because I didn't have any of those foam "blobs" that go in the corners there so I had to shape my own.
 

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We stuck a fold down TV into the curve from the back to the front. I think it looks OK, but I've seen some pretty cool designs on this forum. Its a mixture of tongue and groove, padded plywood and aluminum.

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