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Old 03-07-2012, 02:28 AM   #1
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Default Need new I-glass, recommendations?

My 2004 2500 se I-glass has succumbed to poor maintenance by previous owner. It appears that the canvas around the i-galls is pretty bad as well.
Any recommendations in South Puget Sound for someone that can help make?
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Old 03-07-2012, 02:55 AM   #2
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well....we're up here in the north sound where leta's top shop is at....she has all the patterns and can mail you a whole top from her shop....


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Is your I glass just cloudy or dirty.....?If it isn't a total loss try using Flitz on it. Go to www.flitz.com

It does work..........


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Thanks all, it actually has holes in it at places, so I will be in touch with Leta's!
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my canvas man said alot of times they can cut out the clear vinyl and replace it back into the canvas frame.
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my canvas man said alot of times they can cut out the clear vinyl and replace it back into the canvas frame.
That's exactly what Leta's did with my rear enclosure.
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Even the canvas frame is trashed...but Leta is terrific, has my patterns and will be getting me fixed up. I was concerned when she told me i would have to install the snaps. But makes perfect sense that each boats snaps are located differently. Gues I'll be learning a new skill..
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