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    Question Anyone in St.albert or north edmonton?

    I really want to see someones gen 3 (or perhaps gen 4 vert) convertible top latch. I simply can not understand this thing. Anyone spare 5min to show me how to operate this thing? I have read peoples instructions, I have tried to watch videos...... I think something is wrong with my latch.

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    I can stop by tomorrow night? As you know, I don't have a Gen 3 anymore. But I spent 5 years "dropping the top" before it went to car heaven.

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    Appreciate the offer...gonna have to be on a weekend. I am working non stop in the evening to get my driveway ready to be poured before the October concrete prices go up.

    Can that work for you?

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    That works for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viper04blk View Post
    I really want to see someones gen 3 (or perhaps gen 4 vert) convertible top latch. I simply can not understand this thing. Anyone spare 5min to show me how to operate this thing? I have read peoples instructions, I have tried to watch videos...... I think something is wrong with my latch.
    Said a long time ago I'd help you out.

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    I forgot about that....sorry....

    I use my convertible top 2 times a year... so I dont think about it much

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    Im thinking about selling my autoform hardtop, looks great and no pesky latch to worry about.

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    I would love to have that thing. But my driveway will be consuming all of my cash.

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    I know this is my 2nd year in a row asking for this favor from someone. Last summer, i was pouring a driveway that sat in limbo (car was trapped in garage) for months. Any chance I could swing by someones house and they could show me the correct procedure for using the softtop. I have a feeling mine is out of whack or perhaps it is just a dodge-fit-n-finish.

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    I'll be around during the week and I have my hardtop off if you want to swing by spruce.

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    absolutely...


 

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