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Posted by MDC on October 24, 2000 at 21:59:26:

In Reply to: Re: Soft Boot Cover Options posted by FWK-Z3 on October 24, 2000 at 18:32:25:

Sounds like a neat trick, could you expand on the 4 steps a little? Do you leave the snaps below the roll hoops unsnapped? I've got a '98, are all the boots the same?


the primary reason to go with a soft boot isn't ease of installation, rather the space savings gained from havoing a boot that folds into a 1 ft. x 1 ft. x 4" package instead of one that akes up about half of your trunk.

There is a trick to the installation of the soft boot that makes it really easy to put on.

1. Unlatch your top. Flip the front edge up and return the latches to their "closed" position.

2. Starting with the top boot UPSIDE DOWN, place the front edge of the top in the pocket inthe boot.

3. Flip the top down (with the window blanket and window pillow in place).

4. Feed the innner sides of the top boot along the sides of the belt housings and snap into place.

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