Re: How do you know if your headliner bow isn't in the right place?
Thank you all for the help. I did exactly as you said Allan, and put my front two in the middle holes and that flattened out the whole curve. Before when the front were in the lowest holes, there was a distinct distortion pulling up in the center where the bow clicks into the plastic slider on the roof. With them moved from the lowest to the center holes, it flattened everything out nice and smooth.
I had a similar situation with the 5th bow and moved that from the lowest setting to the middle. And when I checked the 4th bow was already in the middle. So for me, across the board, all of my bows were in the middle position.
I tried to get a picture of what the distortion looked like and I will try and get a before and after so it may help someone else in the future.
Project: 1968 Camaro LS1, T56, Z51 brakes, 12 bolt, etc.
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