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Ok, so the longer I own this SSR the more things I start to see that I didn't before.

I'm curious if this is just a "normal" thing or if it is possible to adjust it should it be needed. The alignment bugs me a little cause I'm kinda' OCD.

If it's an adjustable thing can you send me in the right direction?

Attached is the passenger side versus the drivers side when latched. It's the Passenger Front that looks like it's really out of wack.
 

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Isn't that front section held on with Velcro and plastic push in clips? The A pillar piece. I would think it would be easy to adjust that. I need to replace mine because it has a messed up spot that was touched up and looks bad to me when I wash it. I bought a used one and it looks way better than the one on my truck. I just have to get good weather and time to mess with the roof. The only time I tried getting it down I had problems.
 

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Isn't that front section held on with Velcro and plastic push in clips? The A pillar piece. I would think it would be easy to adjust that. I need to replace mine because it has a messed up spot that was touched up and looks bad to me when I wash it. I bought a used one and it looks way better than the one on my truck. I just have to get good weather and time to mess with the roof. The only time I tried getting it down I had problems.
The front plastic piece is, yea. But the roof itself is too low in that corner. Well..... Let me take that back. You might be correct. Perhaps I'm looking at it the wrong way. I fiddled around with it and it seems that it might be too far up. I think you may have helped me solve this!
 

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Well, it's a "little" better, but the top corner is still too low.
 

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Can you add some tighter Velcro to the A pillar to pull the top of it down a little tighter?
Quite possibly. I’ll give that a try tomorrow ??
 

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So, it's so close now after fiddling around with the side post cover I'm not going to fuss with it. Thanks again for your remarks and input!
 
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So, it's so close now after fiddling around with the side post cover I'm not going to fuss with it. Thanks again for your remarks and input!
Fanatics to the rescue, once again. What would we do without us?
 

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Isn't that front section held on with Velcro and plastic push in clips? The A pillar piece. I would think it would be easy to adjust that. I need to replace mine because it has a messed up spot that was touched up and looks bad to me when I wash it. I bought a used one and it looks way better than the one on my truck. I just have to get good weather and time to mess with the roof. The only time I tried getting it down I had problems.
Fanatics to the rescue, once again. What would we do without us?

I agree with Blue, great call Sthotrod!
 

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Yep, simple solutions are the best... I’m Learning ???
 
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