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1989 Convertible Rear Window


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It's a new top - is it advisable to unzip the rear window when the top is lowered? How difficult is it to zip back in place and should that be done when the top is up, but not locked down? What do you convertible top folks usually do? The old top did not matter that much, but I would just as soon not crease the new window, but do not want to fight zipping it back up. Ken, Deltaville, Va

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Roll up a bath tower and place it inside the vinyl window as you stow it. It will keep the vinyl from creasing. Try a white towel as some color dyes might transfer to the vinyl in hot weather. It's removable but might take some effort...just avoid using a towel with dyes.

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Roll up a bath tower and place it inside the vinyl window as you stow it. It will keep the vinyl from creasing. Try a white towel as some color dyes might transfer to the vinyl in hot weather. It's removable but might take some effort...just avoid using a towel with dyes.

Top down at Show today, towel appeared to work, thanks.

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