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Old 05-05-2009, 05:17 AM   #1
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Temporary cover when removing the front roof panels?

Ok, been looking but haven't found anything. Has anyone seen a temporary cover that can be used when removing the two front panels on the hardtop?

We like having the panels out but don't feel like taking them along in the back or having to take them on and off as the weather changes. So I was hoping there was some type of canvas top that could be installed. That way we'd probably leave them off and just use the cover. Thanks...

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Old 05-05-2009, 06:59 AM   #2
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Do you intend to drive with this temporary top?
You mean, like a soft top?

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Do you intend to drive with this temporary top?
You mean, like a soft top?

Ideally yes. However even something that covers but not intended to drive would be ok for a temp thing.

And yes kinda like a softtop just for that area. I'd like to keep the panels off for an extended time but around here the weather changes quickly.
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