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ron.rsp
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Post by ron.rsp » Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:33 pm

Anyone with suggestions or advice re fabric hooding, I have just removed the old none original top and now need to replace.
I have samples of Duck, Double Duck, Mohair, Wigan and Pvc Everflex any advice appreciated.

Ron

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Post by Big Col » Fri Sep 06, 2019 11:31 am

I think PVC is more susceptible to shrinkage and stiffening due to winter temperatures, which can be a torment trying to erect a cold hood on a cold day. Double Duck is very good with wet conditions and Mohair has a curtain air of quality.
I chose Double Duck and was happy with it’s all round efficiency and ease of care.
I think what is more important than the material though, is to have it well made and well fitted. A poor hood makes any car look crap.
Colin,
I may be slow but I’m rough as well !

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