I drilled the rivets and removed the rubber strip. If you do it this
way, be sure to get any pieces of rivet out of the header bar as they
will clatter from side to side in every turn if you don't.
On Fri, 1 Dec 2006 14:10:19 -0500 "davewillner" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I just picked up a new top for my B and had a question, it's the
> original top I'm replacing and not sure what the protocol is for this.
> rubber molding strip has the mounting bracket riveted in place with the
> tucked underneath. Should I remove the rivets and maybe just replace it
> with sheet metal screws after the top is cemented in and tucked under
> should I just leave it alone and cement up to it, any problems with
> Appreciate the help
> Dave Willner
> Stroudsburg, PA
> 59 TR3A
> 70 MGB
> 70 BSA 441 Victor Special
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