Overlander Top gaps.

CJocho

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CHICAGO
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Il
#1
Hey guys,

I bought this 84 postal/overlander a couple of years ago. It's been sitting on the side of my house ever since. I'm planning on getting to it as soon as I'm done with my 84 Scrambler rebuild. In any event, I'm going to try to get this thing running so I can relocate it to a friend's garage. After taking the tarp off of it I realized that the gap from the top of the door to the overland top is massive. Anyone have any ideas why? I know the previous owner took off the headliner which had some trim pieces to it. Could those pieces make up the difference? I have the headliner and pieces but no idea how to put it back on. More importantly, I don't want to put the headliner back on until the top is painted. Any help would be much appreciated.
 

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barrys

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City
East Norriton
State
PA
#2
Maybe the top was off, somebody put a "soft top/bikini retaining channel" on the windshield frame and didn't take it off before putting top back on
 
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