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aztecw

EZon autotops

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Looks like they are now making Boxster tops with the glass upgrade. Anyone have any experience with these tops? Aslo looks like it comes in Haartz stayfast, sonnedecke, and German cloth. Any opinions on these?

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If robbins is still having problems with their delaminating, I'll bet easy on will too. I only use A5 on the Boxster and 996,997. The other material stretches too much imop.

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Well from the information I've gathered, ezon make good products but no one has experience with the boxster tops. My installers preference is gahh and gave me a good deal. He did it today and all I have to say is it is nice to see out the back again. Hope there are no problemms with the delamination. Oh yeah and I went with the sonnendeck.

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aztec,

where did you get the top done, and how much did they charge? does the smaller window size bother you at all?

thanks

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hitsuji,

North Hollywood Auto Upholstery (818)765-0511 did the install. He ordered the top(sonnoedeck,glass) from Gahh, took 3 days to make, and took one day to install, total $875. Oh yeah, and comes with the defrost wiring kit. I still have to figure out where to plug that into. Anybody know where to plug it into?

As far as the glass, it actually looks smaller in pictures then in person. I was expecting it to be smaller. Looking through the rear view mirror, it is a bit smaller, but to me not an issue at all. Compared to the hazing plastic window I had, the glass is crystal clear.

Hope that helps

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...still have to figure out where to plug that into. Anybody know where to plug it into?

If you have the plug it will be next to the driver side spinlock behind your left shoulder.

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Thanks guys, especially for the pictures. I don't think I could have found it without them.

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Looks like they are now making Boxster tops with the glass upgrade. Anyone have any experience with these tops? Aslo looks like it comes in Haartz stayfast, sonnedecke, and German cloth. Any opinions on these?

I'm now in the UK and got mine done here - very good job:

http://www.kbaggstrimming.co.uk/Boxster2.html

Cost £650 + VAT

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