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Convertible top question # 2

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<font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="3" FAMILY="SERIF" FACE="Calisto MT" LANG="0">Hello from the Sunshine State, My convertible top question is about the bow
that is over the front seat. Is the webbing supposed to hold that bow up off
the hinge, so it does not rattle? I mean is the webbing that runs toward the
back window so tight that it holds that cross bow up off the hinges. Has
anyone ever run the webbing under that bow so the webbing does not flap and
slap against the top? Thanks in advance, Tommy in Tampa</font>
 
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<font FACE="arial,helvetica"><font SIZE="3" FAMILY="SERIF" FACE="Calisto MT" LANG="0">Hello from the Sunshine State, My convertible top question is about the bow
that is over the front seat. Is the webbing supposed to hold that bow up off
the hinge, so it does not rattle? I mean is the webbing that runs toward the
back window so tight that it holds that cross bow up off the hinges.

Has anyone ever run the webbing under that bow so the webbing does not flap
and slap against the top? Thanks in advance, Tommy in Tampa</font><font COLOR="#000000" SIZE="2" FAMILY="SERIF" FACE="Calisto MT" LANG="0"></font>
 

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