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good place to get window stitched on my 2000 cab

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I have a 2000 Cab as well and had my plastic window delaminate a couple of years ago.  I followed a DIY for gluing and stitching it. The results were rather ugly looking and I did a good job of mutilating my hands in the process. It did hold up for a year before I decided to get a new top.  For the window to be properly repaired, the entire top must come off. The labor for removing, repairing the window and reinstalling the top is more than half way to getting a new top with installation. My top is from a company called GAHH that uses the original German A5 canvas. That's my suggestion to you rather than putting a $750 repair on a 15 year old piece of canvas.


The plastic windows on the new tops are double stitched and are unlikely to suffer from delamination.  For a few hundred dollars more you can get a top with a glass window.  I prefer the plastic window over the very small glass window, but that's a personal preference.

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