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  1. ZexGX
    10-27-2014 04:12 PM - permalink
    I did not replace it with one from a Trailblazer, but I did make some changes to adjust the feel. The changes I made involved filing down the plastic on the turn signal cam where the metal tension bars contact the curved plastic channels and in the end made it feel old and worn - it did not feel like it was going to break, but it did feel "limp". What I would recommend is very carefully bending the flat-V shape metal tension pieces away from the plastic contact patch a tiny bit, so that there is still tension from the metal piece to the greased plastic, but not as much tension as stock. BTW, it helps to add a nice smooth grease between the metal and the plastic to help it move smoother.

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  2. mjs518
    02-16-2014 05:12 PM - permalink
    how can i find out what year my engine is it's a 3.8 series II it was a 95 3.4 firebird. Thanks mjs518 i have the number off the block under my starter 54205581 can't find anything
  3. TJFish
    12-21-2011 04:16 PM - permalink
    I didn't even have it for a year but it was my baby at the time haha
  4. AmorPatriae
    11-25-2011 08:44 PM - permalink
    Merica never smelled soooo good! haha What up homie?
  5. Battousai
    05-13-2011 10:11 PM - permalink
    it's cool, i'll just search a junkyard.
  6. Battousai
    04-30-2011 10:12 PM - permalink
    figure out shipping and i'd love them.
  7. BuMouTLaW
    04-22-2011 04:27 PM - permalink
    So you start in the middle, adhesive the middle up, when that drys, glue the corners down then keep moving up/down?
  8. BuMouTLaW
    04-22-2011 04:18 PM - permalink
    I mean, the curve areas. It's impossible to fold those without pressure tearing at another side?
  9. BuMouTLaW
    04-22-2011 04:06 PM - permalink
    Dude, how did you tuck in all the curved parts? My dad, being the genious he is, worked on it when I went out the house and sprayed up the whole thing EXCEPT the ****ing corners...
  10. BuMouTLaW
    04-17-2011 05:32 PM - permalink
    So I just picked up the supplies to replace my headliner like in your write-up. Hopefully sometime this week I can try this out....better work. lol. Did you just leave your visors the same and all that?

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  • About 96firephoenix
    Indianapolis, IN
    1996 Pontiac Firebird
    Engine type and displacement
    L36 3.8L V6
    1/4 Mile ET
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    1996 Firebird 3800 Series II, T5 swap RIP 3-31-11
    It lives on: Engine and trans from ^ are now in v
    1996 Firebird 3800 Series II, T5


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