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Phaeton Top Material

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14 Feb 2020 22:31 #39508 by wynlaidig
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Does anyone know how many yards of Haartz top material it takes for a Phaeton top? I am also trying to figure out what exactly it is called before I call Haartz and try to order.

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16 Feb 2020 19:10 #39515 by JIM.OBRIEN
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Wynn, You need 8 yards of top material and 4 yards of bowdrill. The original top material is called Tan Wexford. THe Haartz style number is 1057 / 6

When you call Haartz talk to Eric. Phone 978-264-2600

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17 Feb 2020 02:43 #39518 by wynlaidig
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Thank you Jim. Is the "bowdrill" the material that is used on the interior?

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21 Feb 2020 01:45 #39537 by JIM.OBRIEN
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Wynn, The bowdrill is the bottom side of the top and the material used to wrap the bows.

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