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  1. I bought the cleaner for the rear window from the dealer and it worked GREAT!! get painters tape and cover the top fabric as to not get any on the top it self. DO NOT PRESS HARD as you could cause the plastic window to seperate from the top itself if you flex it to much. I rigged a piece of doubled up cardboard against the inside to prevent the flexing. Todd
  2. I did mine with "Blue Magic" purchased at auto supply stores and wal mart and ultra fine 0000 steel wool on the car. The first time I took them off and they looked no better than polishing them on the car.
  3. Bill Hirsch Auto sells some that withstand up to 2000 degrees. http://www.hirschauto.com/acb/showdetl.cfm...=12&CATID=1 We use alot of these products on show cars.
  4. The smaller tanks make you feel like your mileage sucks as you fill up more often. I get 18.4 city/hwy "TOP DOWN" in the 99' 996 6 speed cab that I just turned 19,xxx miles. This is a great auomobile and a blast to drive. Viper SRT-10 - 8.8 MPG "It is a REAL FAST 8.8 MPG though" CLK55 Cab. - 17.6 MPG wifes daily driver BMW 760LI - 17.4 MPG my daily driver Hummer H2 - 10.2 MPG Prowler - 20.4 MPG 68 Camaro R/S Z-28 - 13 MPG 23 T-Bucket - 5 MPG 109 octane required 6 bucks a gallon
  5. THIS WAS GREAT!!! I went to the stealer and told them what I was looking for and they said we have "never seen that problem" well I went to there lobby with my laptop and broadband card and found out I could fix it for "FREE" so I told others about this website and how it helped me before I left. 3 wrote down the website so the dealer will lose eventually. It took all of 20 minutes and with new adjustments it now closes with ease. THANKS AGAIN. Todd Cypress Texas
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