Stop. Before you get bolt-on happy, start grabbing framerails, and feeling like you can install this without directions, go put the vinyl top in the sun. Now, do it! Letting the top warm up makes it more pliable and stretchy, and your job will be much easier. We know because it was 45 degrees with no sun the day we did our install. Cursing was almost a must while trying to get this soft top over the top's framing. Since we had no sun, we started on the main aluminum body rails. There are holes that allow you to drive bolts through into the original hardtop nutplates in the body. After we finished the install and stretched the top on, we found we needed to go back and throw some sheetmetal screws in the corners of the aluminum rails to keep the vinyl top from bending them up too much when it was cold and the top tightened up.