Are your original ones plastic also
Therein lies the dilemma. It doesn't appear to be a load bearing part but I have to wonder how it broke.sometimes for certain part’s it’s good to stick with original
I'll take some photos today in the sunlight. BTW - those Italian parts worked just fine. Time will tell if they last but for now it was better than buying the complete assembly The fact that those particular guides are being made separately tells me that this was the weak spot in the process. The parts I replaced were damaged or missing completely - it's a wonder the top even worked without them.Great but oh noooo, you didn’t snap no photos
I'm really interested in your expererience with this repair. my 2008 cabrio has several broken spacers, etc and is currently sealed shut with gorilla tape.I’m experimenting with the headliner. At first I thought it was trash but I found some fabric paint and “painted over” the sad stained grey h-liner. It looks good. Now a way to mount it since the rails are wrapped with fabric. Pictures to follow.
Yup! I had misaligned one screw and it pushed the spoiler up rather than draw it down to the roof.Did you figure out the bulge in the spoiler or is it just slightly warped from sun exposure