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  1. Here are a couple of pictures
  2. got one, with about 14K original miles vin 203905
  3. Hemi Dude, Will check again.... but I think I'm only feeling one detent. really did not want to pull real hard... Reaper1, thanks will look into that, however, when push switch I do not hear any noise from motor....
  4. My father is looking for a 1916 Paige Steering box. The upper housing on his broke. Thanks Paul
  5. Hey Reaper1, I let the top stretch for a day.. as soon as latched the front latches both rear pins popped out. I adjusted the mechanism a few times , its now all the way up and the rear pins still popped off. Never had this problem when using the switch but now since the switch will not operate the motor it appears that just latching the rear pins manually will not hold enough 'tension' on the pins. Btw i do have power to the motor so I'm guessing that I need another motor.... Thanks Paul
  6. Picked up the 413 and installed. Thanks Hemi Dude
  7. Just ate my Alternator belt on my 16 v. Local auto parts store sold me that was too short 38". Parts book calling for p/n 4298114. Does anyone know what length the engines require, 42"? Thanks Paul
  8. Thanks for the feedback. My top isn't used much and does need to be stretched however, when I attempt to latch the rear pegs and then secure the front j hooks the rear pegs pop off the pull down mechanism.. Appears that the pull down mechanism is not fully engaged to the pegs even if I two people pushing down on the top near the pegs... I Iooked at the mechanism and it appears to be functioning correctly....
  9. Not to hijack conversation here but, I just removed my hardtop and tried to pull down canvas top with switch and nothing worked(no Power) need to diagnose. So i tried to secure top manually and now the mechanism will not 'grab' top pins to latch down. any suggestions? Pins do not look to be adjustable.. Thanks Paul
  10. Hello, I'm also in need of the electric motor that pulls the rear of the top down. Thanks Paul
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