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    Hey guys, I was wondering what you guys thought about on driving with only one roof panel off, like the driver side? I haven't driven it like that myself, but sometimes I wanna go with the tops off, but because of my injury and part lazyness, I don't feel like going through the motions of opening the hatch and storing the tops, then doing that whenever I get to where I'm going (too many untrustworthy people around shopping areas/restaurants).

    It's been mainly in theory what I have been thinking because I could just toss the top to the backseat and quickly put it up when I get where I'm going. As I said, i haven't done it, but was interested in knowing if any others thought or had a similar thought as I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02 WS6 TA View Post
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    i would point and laugh if i saw that - theres been times i had shit in the trunk and i would throw them BOTH in the back seat... but whatever floats your boat

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    i put them in the back seat if i take them off while im driving. but it only takes what one min to put them both in the trunk. and by the way good insurance and a alarm alows me to go shoping and leave my car with the t-tops off.

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    Makes sense. I shouldn't be so lazy. But again it was just an 'in-theory' thing. :-D

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    Makes sense. I shouldn't be so lazy. But again it was just an 'in-theory' thing. :-D
    ok i didnt see that you were from brownsville. lock that shit up!!! now!!!

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    Sales guys always made that a selling point of a t-top car. They were like if your passenger wants the tops on and you don't, you can just take one off. I was like what ever dude, I don't want to look like a idiot! If I left my tops in the back seat they would either get broke or the interior panels will from having to much fun in the corners and them flying around.

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    just dont do like i did 1 time and put t-top back in and forget to lock it down........flew out when i was going 90 mph barely missed a car behind me

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    I did it with my 95 Z28 went about 4 blocks before i realized how stupid it looked then stopped and took the otherside off...
    My advise dont be lazy!!!!

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    Thats like those jerk offs driving around with their convertible down, their windows down, and 2 FUCKING SHARK FINS IN THE BACK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KageSS View Post
    This is the most retarded question i've ever heard. You have got to be joking with this shit? Injured i can see the point, kind of. Being too lazy to take an extra minute out of your life, dat is just fucked up. IMPO

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    Yeah...don't be lazy.
    Only takes what...10 seconds to remove and put in the hatch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmartinez91084 View Post
    Hey guys, I was wondering what you guys thought about on driving with only one roof panel off, like the driver side? I haven't driven it like that myself, but sometimes I wanna go with the tops off, but because of my injury and part lazyness, I don't feel like going through the motions of opening the hatch and storing the tops, then doing that whenever I get to where I'm going (too many untrustworthy people around shopping areas/restaurants).

    It's been mainly in theory what I have been thinking because I could just toss the top to the backseat and quickly put it up when I get where I'm going. As I said, i haven't done it, but was interested in knowing if any others thought or had a similar thought as I do.
    that help?

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    recovering from surgery. I ruptured my achilles tendon on my left foot and I'm barely learning to walk again (I use crutches to abulate). Before the injury, I would love to drive with them off all the time, but its a pain and kina hard storing the tops with crutches...lol. Only did it once and never again! Thank God for this forum, or else I would've been buying new pass. t-top.

    I get it, it looks tacky and simply plain...should I say ricerish? eh? Mostly a thought, since I got the car in June and drove with them off religiously for awhile. Thanks for all the input though! Really appreciate this forum. :-D

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