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Originally Posted by SOUTHZZ I think blueranger is doing the right thing. Do not show a pic of a project until it is in finished form. I've found that many

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Old 09-11-2017, 10:28 PM   #106 (permalink)
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I think blueranger is doing the right thing.
Do not show a pic of a project until it is
in finished form.
I've found that many people just do not have the
sense of vision of what the it takes to complete a project.
Showing an incomplete will turn them off.
Another thread(hood vents)shares a similar plight.
Show the vents installed on a hood on a actual Z.

Looking forward to see the finished product.
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agreed but oh so impatiently waiting
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I am still here just emailed manufacturer for an update.

I now have a new issue with my soft Top that will not seal completely at the rear. I have about a 1/4 inch gap that you can see into the car UGH!

Can anyone offer any tips to make it close properly?

I cannot wait for this hard top to be complete and I will rip this entire soft top out of the car!

Let me know if you can help?




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I am still here just emailed manufacturer for an update.

I now have a new issue with my soft Top that will not seal completely at the rear. I have about a 1/4 inch gap that you can see into the car UGH!

Can anyone offer any tips to make it close properly?

I cannot wait for this hard top to be complete and I will rip this entire soft top out of the car!

Let me know if you can help?




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I'd think that a quick fix (but not permanent)would be to install a rubber
gasket strip to close the gap.
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