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Technical Has anyone put a snap top canvas roof on a T Tudor?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by keith27T, May 19, 2019.

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  2. 41rodderz
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    I have seen guys do that and then can roll it back as far as they want. I have a T Tudor but I was going to bend tubing around the inner perimeter and run cross tubing and put a solid roof on that.
     
  3. The roll it back idea is a good thought.
    If someone had pictures, would sure like to see them....
     
  4. Flathead Dave
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    Flathead Dave
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    I want to do the same on my 27 Coupe but am wondering about wind noise.
     
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  5. Its kinda noisy without a roof. So can't be any worse. Half deaf anyway...…..:)
     
  6. a boner
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    If it is just snapped around the perimeter, I'm thinking at freeway speeds it will puff up like a balloon.
     
  7. 41rodderz
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    As far as puffing in the wind, maybe some cross bars and have tie ribbons sewed into the canvas to keep it down. Will see if I can find pics.
     
  8. 34Phil
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    34Phil

  9. This is the bracing from the back window forward.[​IMG]


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