I have a SnugTop, too. If you need pictures of any details I could send you
some. My weather stripping is pretty much shot, also, from an appearance
standpoint, though it still seems to be keeping the weather out.
on 10/26/04 11:09 PM, Douglas Gaither at email@example.com wrote:
> Thanks for everyone who responded to my requests for a hardtop. I
> ended up located one right here in Fresno for only $200. It is in
> pretty good shape except... the seals are shot and the brackets are
> I've found a MacGregor's Car Parts here on the web that sells the seals
> but they are rather expensive ($150 for back - $50 for windows). So
> I'm trying my luck to locate dealers that sell weatherstripping that
> might work. Any leads for dealers or advise is welcome.
> There are brackets attached to the inside sides, just not the part that
> holds it to the car. I don't think these will be difficult to
> fabricate. But the front brackets are different that the standard
> latching brackets. The captive nuts in the fiberglass are closer
> together and are mounted further away from the edge than a standard
> bracket can accommodate. Any advise about locating brackets or
> fabricating replacements?
> I do like the looks of the SnugTop a lot. Having real glass is a nice
> feature. There is less head-room but I am not that tall!
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