Installing a Hoist a Top for my 2003 TJ. My TJ originally came with a hardtop, but the first owner removed it to install on another of his TJs, and put that soft top on what is now my Jeep, which I bought about 2006. I then bought another OEM hardtop to replace the soft top and have it for 10 years. Today, I installed a Lange Hoist a Top, and I followed the directions correctly, even though the directions leave something to be desired. When I installed that TJ hardtop 10 years ago, there were only three screws per side with the top,even though there was a leading edge hole on each side by the passenger compartment; I just used the three screws per side the original top owner provided, and left unused the front holes, and that's the way it's been for all these years. Now that I'm installing the Hoist a Top, when I use the second set of holes, as shown in the instructions, the top lists drastically forward when raised by the lift. I saw a Youtube of someone doing the same hoist and a YJ, and he too was told to use the second hole from the front, and his also listed badly. He said he resolved the problem by using the "first" hole from the front, one that I had not used at all previously for my Jeep, and that resolved his problem. I'm reluctant to do the same because that forward, first hole is very near the edge and I wonder if it can take the stress. Anyone had similar experience?