I also like the idea of a TR6 zippable top for my 4A. When I order my top
from AA Best, I am going to request that they either custom sew a zippable
top into a 4A top, or give me a TR6 top (no reflective bits) with no
hardware around back, if that will work
I have both a TR6 convertible top frame and a TR4A convertible top frame.
With the exception of the side rails on the TR6 frame, the frames'
geometries look near identical. I haven't taken measurements, but I will
measure the frames to confirm my hunch that the 4A frame might accept a 6
top. Someone like Larry Learn in central PA, up the street from TRF, would
know the answer on the drop of a hat.
If you're retrofitting it to an existing top, take it to a local upholsterer
who might charge a lot less than AMCO, E-Z ON.
On 5/4/05, Geo Hahn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> John & Patricia Donnelly wrote:
> > I really like the idea of having a rear window that zips down to
> > allow better air circulation.
> My simple solution to this was to cut the rear window out of my old
> top. Pretty easy decision since the rear window was the worst part
> anyway. Excellent shade and flow-thru ventilation for long summer trips.
> Geo Hahn
1966 TR4A CTC 73139 LO