Ute headlining

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Ute Headlining:

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The headlining in a ute has 2 steel bows and a wire one. From the front of the car,  the smaller or lesser curved bow is fitted to the first sewn rib in the headlining. The larger bow is fitted to the middle rib and the wire one goes in the rear most one. The wire one is fitted first (I guess) as it would be very hard to fit after the other two, and is slipped over hook type pieces in the rear panel. The larger bow hooks into the rearmost of the three holes on either side of the roof, in the bottom of the two in that position. The smaller bow hooks into the front most of the three holes on the bottom. This leaves the middle holes free, what for, I have no idea. Hope this is helpful.    
 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.
 
 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

 
 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

 
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

  
Ute Headlining. Photo by Dick61. Click to Enlargen.

 
 

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