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    Hard top vinyl repair

    Does anyone have any advice on how to repair the corners of the vinyl? Maybe a glue to get it back down and then some over the top as a "clear coat"?

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    I'd just glue it unless you are going to replace it all. I think that it would look worse with a patch on top..matching faded fabric and texture.

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      #3
      Yeah, luckily its in great shape everywhere else except the corners, so its not really noticeable when its on the car. I'd just like to stop it from getting worse. I'm going to buy some HH-66 vinyl cement, says its drys clear.
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        #4
        That cement will do it for sure ( I researched it plenty). I have some, but have not used it - decided on contact cement for the interior work I'm doing.

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          #5
          Good to know, Ive been thinking of redoing the canvas/vinyl on my hardtop.

          Can anyone recommend which canvas/vinyl to use? I've been thinking about this:

          https://www.fabricwholesaledirect.co...ant=9913481603

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