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  1. Do the tension cables serve any purpose when the top is open and folded? I ask because when open I seem to have slack in the exposed portion of the cloth top once the clam shell is closed tight. In the past, the exposed portion of the cloth top, when open, has been nice and taught.....not not so. Any thoughts????
  2. I have a different top issue. My top (when open) appears to have some slack in the cloth. The car was in for some service (pollution controls) and they went into the engine compartment but they are an experinced Porsche shop so I don't think they "did" anything. I've check everything (tension cables etc.) and all is perfect but it sure seems that the top has much more slack than in the past (When folded back). Is there an adjustment to make the top tighter when folded back?......btw, the clam shell closes perfectly.
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