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Old 05-04-2005, 11:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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e36 328i convertible - does the top need oiling?

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That my friend is a good ??? I own one myself. WHat i do know though is that you do have to treat the top with a sealent thats sold by the dealer, cant remember the name right now but its a thin red can, but I would like to know myself.
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That my friend is a good ??? I own one myself. WHat i do know though is that you do have to treat the top with a sealent thats sold by the dealer, cant remember the name right now but its a thin red can, but I would like to know myself.
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I've gotten a few replies on another board - many do wd40 the hinges.

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