2021-2024 Ford Bronco (4 Door) - Hard Top Headliner Kit
Discover a New Level of Comfort and Style with Hothead Headliners' Premium Ford Bronco Headliners. Crafted with precision and pride in the USA since 2009, our hardtop headliners have long set the standard for Jeep Wrangler enthusiasts. Now, we extend our expertise to Ford Bronco owners, offering a bespoke headliner experience like no other.
Each Ford Bronco headliner we create is meticulously custom-made, ensuring unparalleled quality that surpasses factory assembly line standards. At Hothead Headliners, our dedication to craftsmanship shines through, as we continually enhance our products to elevate your off-road adventures, providing a level of comfort and style that redefines your driving experience. Join us in enhancing your Ford Bronco journey with our premium headliners.
Hothead Headliner Kit - Starting at $499
- Transform your Ford Bronco's interior with the Hothead Headliner Kit.
- Components: Includes 2 front panels, 1 middle panel, and 1 rear panel.
- Superior Adhesion: All panels securely attached using high-grade 3M VHB tape.
- Enhanced Insulation: Equipped with a Radiant Barrier layer for added insulation benefits.
- Convenient Delivery: Enjoy FREE Shipping within the Contiguous USA!
Sound Assassin Hard Top Package - $49.95
- Elevate your noise reduction game by adding the Sound Assassin Hard Top Package to your order.
- (2) 9" x 19" Sound Assassin Strips
- (9) 20" x 4" individual Sound Assassin Strips
- Complimentary Tool: Light-weight seam roller for easy installation.
- Cost-Effective Enhancement: Priced at $49.95 to optimize your acoustic experience.
Shipping Perks: FREE Shipping included with all Hothead Headliner orders!
Bronco Headliner Introduction [VIDEO]
Bronco Sound Assassin Installation [VIDEO]
Bronco Headliner Installation [VIDEO]
2023 bronco wildtrak
The front two panels and middle panel went fairly easy. The rear panel had problems with the center adhering to the roof. I cut three three quarter inch PVC pipe 30 inches long and force them in to support the rear panel. I will leave them in till the summer heat has a chance to adhere the center of that panel. The overall build quality is quite good
Thank you for your feedback and for choosing our headliners, Michael! We're glad to hear that the installation went fairly smooth overall, and we're sorry to hear about the issue with the rear panel. We're here to help, and if you need any assistance or replacement tape, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at Support@HotheadHeadliners.com and we'll be more than happy to assist. We take a lot of pride in both our products and customer service and want everyone to be 100% satisfied! Thanks again for your business and your feedback!
So far it works as advertised
Easy to install. It does impede on the top latches slightly. Noticeably quieter and warmer on cold days. Of course the real test is the upcoming Texas summer.
Great Products, Helpful Install Videos, and My Tips
Very happy with the Headliner Panels and Sound Assassin. Ford headliners are a joke. Easy install after watching videos. Here are some of my tips, hopefully they are helpful to others. 1. If you have factory Roof Rails, you MUST remove them to get the middle panel out, so remove rails before you start. Find videos on YouTube. That will take about 30 minutes and helpful to have a second hand lifting rails off roof. 2. My opinion is that Denatured Alcohol did a good job prepping the surface, and is much safer than Acetone if you are working inside and you splash/spill some liquid. 3. Go easy with the plastic roller included. I was bearing down while rolling on table, used way too much force, and broke mine. Could not find replacement in stock at local Big Box stores, so I used a $3 wide caster wheel to finish the job and it worked great.
Installation if you have Factory Installed fabric headliner.
Good. My Bronco did have a factory installed headliner. Since this is a material similar to to a velcro fastner strip, I removed the double faced tape and replaced with the hook velcro piece. I only removed the factory headliner in the sections where the sound proofing material was installed. Your staff's recommendation to remove the entire factory headliner wouldn't have worked, because its impossible to remove the adhesive well enough for the double faced tape to adher to. Also, the factory headliner covers more of the interior panels, better trim look.