I believe that Gahh owns a couple of the popular brands such as Robbins, Sierra and EZ Top. Sonnerland fabric is the prime material.Thanks Carl. Any other suggestions? Or brands to avoid?
In my opinion, cloth looks better but does not last as long as vinyl. I've had both. The cloth is worse at chafing. Every spot that touches the canvas covering will eventually wear through the threads. Vinyl seems to be more tolerant of chafing, and vinyl never needs to be treated with waterproofing. Dried bird poo is easier to remove from vinyl. Cloth tops don't get as stiff in cold weather. Outside those tidbits, it depends on which feature is more important to you, appearance or longevity.From reading prior posts, it appears most prefer cloth as the material for their replacement top. However, I don't see consensus on the best brand. Any help/suggestions are appreciated.
A little late to the party but your car and top is gorgeous!I noticed there hasn't been any recent information on which top to get. I installed an Autoberry Stayfast a few weeks ago. Overall quality is very good. Some holes were missing, and I had to rivet two brackets to the fabric, not sure why it wasn't done in the factory. Installation took 10 hours (first time for me, no help). Fit is good, with a little slack in the rear window, which should keep the stress away from the window seams. No wrinkles and folds up and down nicely in cold weather. Burgundy on silver
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