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Old 05 Oct 2014, 07:49 pm
John D Groenveld
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Default S2000 convertible soft top

The soft top on my S2000 is being worn by one of the folding
It appears that the source of wear are two deteriorated
elastic bands that should provide tension as the top retracts
and folds.

Does this sound familiar to anyone?
If so, have you found good solutions?

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Old 06 Oct 2014, 08:52 am
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Default Re: S2000 convertible soft top (John D Groenveld) wrote in news:m0souj$p436$1

> have you found good solutions?

Replace the bands. Call your dealer.

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