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Old 09-20-2010, 08:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Soft top - How do I get it down??

Hi, i've just got my 1st Samurai. It's clear how to un-pop the majority of the roof to lower it, but could someone explain how to release it from the strip above the windscreen please? I am confused to say the least!

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I think it slides out sideways, at least I believe mine does but don't quote me on that.
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Old 09-20-2010, 09:23 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I just went out and looked and above my window is a little plastic track that the front of the top either pushes or slides into, I think last time I took it off, I got the rest of the top off and just pulled it out of the plastic track.
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wow I thought you were kidding...

you unsnap all the snaps (including the two at the top front corners of the windsheild) You un-velcro the flaps that wrap around the door sills. You slide the vertical side piping out of it's channels on the targa bar, then the top should just pull forward and straight out of the channel. It's the very last step of the process. That channel is also the first part you put in when you put the top back on.
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Off topic but I can't resist.

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