On 1/4/06, yd3 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Actually It's the other way around. A new front bow is flat and must be
>pressed down hard to get the screws tightened. An old bow becomes warped from
>moisture and follows the contour. Thus it's not able to exert pressure in the
>middle. That's especially true if the top has been left up for long periods
>of time. I don't clamp the top down when the car is in storage. I just put
>it up and put the car cover on.
Now that I think about it, I may have fitted a new bow when I replaced
the top about 6 years ago...