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Convertible Tops And Accessories

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Convertible tops come in a variety of colors and materials, and often are available in multiple sections. Many vehicles have convertible tops which include a top cover section, and a separate window section.

Furthermore, convertible top windows are often available in either glass or in high-strength vinyl, also known as plastic. Many vehicles came from the factory with plastic windows, while others originally came with glass windows. These windows are often interchangeable using aftermarket convertible top window sections.

Many convertible tops require an inner cover, called a headliner. Still others require convertible top pads, which keep the top from rubbing on the convertible top frame during the raising and lowering process.

Some convertible tops require convertible top straps to keep the top snug against the top frame. Others utilize convertible top tension cables to keep the top properly aligned and snug while it is up.

Finally, convertible owners should consider the look and protection of their vehicle when their convertible top is down. Boot covers, which cover the lowered convertible top; well liners, which cover the interior of the area into which the convertible top rests when in the "down" position; and tonneau covers, which cover the passenger seat while the top is down - all of these help create a more finished look and offer additional protection as well.

TopsOnline offers all of these products for convertible tops. Please let us know if you have questions or any challenges while shopping with us.

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