thanks mceb,mceb said:couple links on rag top care...
You should be fine in the winter. The top should be designed to hold the weight of the snow, and it won't develop cracks. Just clear the snow off of it as you would with any car.SlipSlider said:Since i'm going to be running my Solstice all winter long, what will the snow and Ice do to the top? Will the weight of the snow warp the top? Will the cold temp crack the cloth?
This company doesn't make the top, the top is made by Dura Convertables which is a division of Collins & Aikman based in Troy, MIFrosty said:
Roadster1 said:This company doesn't make the top, the top is made by Dura Convertables which is a division of Collins & Aikman based in Troy, MI
They are only making a protectant/cleaner.
Where did you see one? :skep: And welcome to the forum :cheers:Roadster1 said:I thought about that after I joined the thread (no pun intended).
I realized that Dura likely didn't make the material....my mistake .
But I still can't wait to get mine...(wifes).
I saw one yesterday on my way to work...it looks even better in real life compared to pictures.
Thanks for your correction and for the welcome,