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Old January 14th, 2004, 10:17 AM
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when taking D90 windows off of 94'..

Hi,
On my 94, there are snaps on the door, when you take the windows out, is or was there some type of window cover made out of softtop material that can go on quickly in case of rain?

In New England, can't wait for summer !!


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Old January 14th, 2004, 10:37 AM
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Hi Jan, no I would think the snaps are for the full tonneau. Something worth looking at would be the Badge Coachworks soft top windows:
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Old January 14th, 2004, 10:53 AM
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awesome, thanks Chris !!

I'll have to inquire about the cost on those, they seem very useful..(wish I could find a used pair !!)
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Chris is right, the snaps are for the original factory Tickford tops. There was also a cover that snapped in place for when the top was off that made use of those snaps as well. I've only seen one (a long time ago) and can't remember if it covered both front seats or just the passenger seat. I think both and you could unsnap the driver side to drive the vehicle with the cover in place.
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I dont think there are too many pairs out there let alone the chance of finding a used set. Give Chris a call at Badger, who knows, maybe he has a set sitting around.

http://www.badgercoachworks.com/
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Old January 14th, 2004, 12:52 PM
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I have one (full tonneau), it covers both seats. You should also have 4 snaps on the defroster vents. There is a zipper between the two seats so you canjust uncover the drivers seat. the hole thing only takes 5-10 min to put on.
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