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Old 16 Aug 2010, 03:04 pm
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on my roll bar where the 2 pieces of plastic meet.there is a piece of like i guess its like a seal that just hides where the 2 pieces meet. It keeps falling out when i have the top down. Any suggestions.
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Old 16 Aug 2010, 03:10 pm
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I assume that your PT is "out of warranty"?
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Old 19 Aug 2010, 07:02 pm
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I assume that your PT is "out of warranty"?
Without info you have to guess, I guess!!!! I didn't know it was a "Roll Bar". It isn't it is a stabilizer to keep the sides together, or apart. It is NOT a roll bar.
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I had the same thing just happen, however it was probably due to taking the interior panels off to mount tweeters. I think the problem is that the interior panels are not in all the way to hold the "V" shape insert properly. You could correct this perhaps by getting a few more plastic mounting pins (available at most auto stores), not sure of the size - so check to make sure. Also in my case it was because the crossover/extra wire caused the interior panel to not fit snug. I ended up using a small strip of self adhesive "window/screen" sponge foam and stuck it onto the "V" side and then pushed the molding/rubber into the gap only in a few key locations (around the bends on both sides) less than 5" in length.
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