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      02-09-2013, 12:21 PM   #79
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Originally Posted by ManiacGT View Post
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There are no guides outside of BMW that show how to adjust the roof. There are four rubber stops you can adjust where the rear shell sits on the mechanism arms, just put the roof into the service position to see these. Within the rear shell mechanism are some long nuts that can be adjusted but again these should only be adjusted if you know what the result will be.
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I found the rubber stops you mentioned. See attached picture. The second picture shows the problem I had where the roof was too close to the rear deck. Its really weird that my roof has a dip like that on the underside btw. Anyhow, by adjusting the lower rubber stops on each side I managed to solve the problem. Now there is no longer contact between the roof and the rear deck metal part.
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