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Hardtop from a 6?

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Stampy Silver Member Scott Stamp
Victoria, BC, Canada   CAN
With all the banter about Surrey tops, does a TR 6 hard top fit a 250?

Scott

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M. Pied Lourd Pied Lourd
Ontario, Canada   CAN
I would think so since you can fit a Surrey to a TR6...you might have to change the windshield capping...not sure.

Cheers
Tush

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Fictioneer Doug Hirt
Colorado Springs, CO, USA   USA
I don't see why not, Scott, as physically the cockpit dimension are the same for the TR4 through the 6s. You may have to fiddle with the mounting hardware.
Doug



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Stampy Silver Member Scott Stamp
Victoria, BC, Canada   CAN
All right thanks guys.

Scott

titanic Berry P
Albany, Oregon, USA   USA
There is a TR4A in my area that wears a TR6 hardtop.
Berry

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Stampy Silver Member Scott Stamp
Victoria, BC, Canada   CAN
Any chance of a picture Berry?

Scott

titanic Berry P
Albany, Oregon, USA   USA
Scott-I don't think the owner has put the HT on yet (it is still pretty hot here in OR), but if I see him I will ask for a pic.
A few years back, I went to the VTR in San Rafel,CA. I think it was in early Oct. and the temp was around 80. I had the HT on my 6 and I thought it was uncomfortable. In warm weather I prefer the soft top with the rear window un-zipped. Otherwise, I prefer the look of the HT.
Berry

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Stampy Silver Member Scott Stamp
Victoria, BC, Canada   CAN
Hot here up on Vancouver Island to today.
Spent the day trouble shooting a rough idle and probably lost 5 pounds just standing in the driveway.

Valves are next.

Thanks Berry.

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