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I ordered an EZ-On replacement top for my 1995 Cutlass Supreme convertible.  I realize there can’t be absolute perfection when the fabric is cut, but is some of the fraying and sealed seams shown in the photos to be expected and ultimately accepted?

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oldmangrimes

Hmmm, that doesn't look optimal.     The  inexpensive top I bought a few years ago looked better than that.   I wonder if it's something you can trim up (after installation) to make it look a little cleaner.    Anyway, post some pictures after the shop gets it installed on your car.

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