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  1. I bought mine last week, searched and found pelicanparts to be the best price with shipping...they also ship fast
  2. Do you have photos of the stitching? I'm a bit afraid to go that route without seeing how it might look.The original window did not have stitching, so you can't just match the stitching holes. I used a piece of masking tape with marks every 3/16", and located the stitch line 1/4" from the edge of the plastic window. I don't have any current pictures of the window, but I could take another one later this week. There is a close up photo of the stitching in the pdf. Frisbee91- firstly excellent DIY article. I picked up the supplies for this project yesterday. My window is delaminated but not to the point where it has become unattached (like yours was). I am having a very difficult time folding over that 1/4" edge of canvas top that is supposed to be glued to the window. It is fighting me every inch of the way to the point where I don't think I would be able to clamp the whole bottom edge with one long board (as recommended in your DIY guide). I have the top in service mode and the cables unhooked. I saw your comment about the top being "partially deployed during the gluing process to relieve stress". Is that different then having in in full service mode with the cabes unattached? Any guidance is appreciated. Thanks again for taking time to document your process.
  3. 2000 996 CDR-220 Type 4462 S/N =X5031507 48/98 Thanks very much!
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