how do you use the t-top storage (system )?

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Asked by Sep 03, 2007 at 08:40 PM about the 1991 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr 2+2 Hatchback

Question type: General

ther are some plastic brackets in the back of the car,with vacuum style suction cups.i have no idea how to use them

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Suggest contacting these guys: http://www.300zxClub.com Or another ZX owner's club, they should be able to tell you all about it.

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Wow, can you post pics of that somewhere? Maybe it's not what you think it is. The only thing that came with my 300ZX that i know of storing the t-tops were just bags, and there was a strap that held them down in the cargo area. But nothing like suction cups. Are they black and really strange looking? They could very well be headlight adjusters, or so i was told. There should be a set of them, one should be a mirror of the other, black, plastic.

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sounds like headlight adjusters

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i usually just take them out and stick them behind my seats on their opposite sides. it works pretty well since theres no room in the back due to a sub

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