Fitting hard top

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A Wicked Keeper
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Fitting hard top

Post by A Wicked Keeper » Tue 28 May, 2019 17:21

Maybe a daft question ?
I have recently bought a Z3 without a hard top.
I have bought separately the fitting kit, including electrics for the rear window, which are being fitted on Thursday down south, and I aim to collect the Hard Top on Friday from a separate place up north.
Does the fitting kit stay permanently in place on the car, or does part or all of it have to be removed to allow the soft top to be used on my way to get from one place to the other ?

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Re: Fitting hard top

Post by Gazza » Tue 28 May, 2019 18:03

The fitting kit is permanent and does not interfere with the soft top or its operation.
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Re: Fitting hard top

Post by A Wicked Keeper » Tue 28 May, 2019 21:38

Thanks, Gazza.

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