My drippy new 87 Cab.

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Re: My drippy new 87 Cab.

Post by Briano1234 » Fri Aug 27, 2010 3:01 pm

Citizen Gain wrote:Oh yeah, and on top of everything else, I think my top cable is broken. Can it be replaced, or do I have to get a new top? (Please, please tell me it can be replaced. I can't afford a new top.)
Which cable?

You can replace both with out buying a new top
see my how to.

just doing the rear takes more time and is more intense.

The sides are easy.

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Re: My drippy new 87 Cab.

Post by gull » Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:35 pm

Mine currently doesn't drip unless the wind hits it just right. It didn't drip at all when I first installed it.

They certainly can be leak-free in the sense of not dripping on you when you're driving. If you go through a high-pressure carwash, or park the car outside in a big rainstorm for a couple days, you'll probably find a bit of water inside no matter what, though. Convertible tops are made to shed water, not to be totally watertight.
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