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Bud Meyers

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About Bud Meyers

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    Bokeelia, FL, USA
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
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    911 Porsche
  1. Convertible top replaced by an experienced top mechanic. It looked great but when it retracted for the second time it caused a failure of the passenger side Top Support. Mechanic replaced the Top Support with a new one from Porsche. Now the top appears to be slightly misaligned but it is difficult to diagnose why. Can the bow's be pulled back into realignment or is there a common solution to this problem? Top is currently up and looks fine. It will sit in a climate controlled space for the summer and we will revisit the problem in the fall.
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