NOT! How do you know you have a roof leak??I have not even tried lowering my top yet. (new England weather you know) but I have oil absorbent mats that I can lay down. Is it feasible to even find empty floor space to lay them down and is it necessary?
I agree, that is why there is a heater and windows. Same is true when it gets hot - windows and A/C. However, if you do have leaking cylinders the cold weather should be a good time to get them fixed so you have a working top for the summer.Oh for crying out loud, it's gets above 40 degrees F long before July, and that's warm enough to put the top down for around town. Don't be such a wuss. :bwekk: