Top-fram adjusting

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x-cube
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Top-fram adjusting

Post by x-cube » Thu Jul 29, 2010 10:26 pm

Any south Floridians know of a place i can take my cabby to get the top adjusted. It is a new top with a working fram until someone decided to drop the top and bent it up cause they didnt know how to unlock it. I am still pissed about it but if anyone can suggest a place and maybe give me a ballpark figure. Thanks.

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Re: Top-fram adjusting

Post by Briano1234 » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:18 am

A good body shop...or Automotive Upholstery Shop . A bent frame is almost impossible to straighten on your own, I know I tried for 3 days
Make sure that they didn't kink the too struts as they have know to cause "kinky issues". It is almost more cheaper to get a new frame from a wrecking yard.
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Re: Top-fram adjusting

Post by x-cube » Fri Jul 30, 2010 2:22 pm

Thank you Brian you always come through. Oh I took out the struts, already experienced a kink. I also got the front end checked out as well as the alignment and everything checks out fine especially since every component has been changed. It seems to be tires. Thats bad, I wanted to make it the last thing to do since I wanted to upgrade to 16s.

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