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With the discussion of dispensing with printed documentation, I thought I'd pass along the following blog entry
"FedEx delivered a Safari top yesterday for the Jeep and I spent an exhausting hour trying to put it on. Unsuccessful, I decided to try again this morning by reading the directions and would you believe it only took 10 minutes to read the directions 5 times and 5 more minutes to install the top. Elated, I drove to town hoping it wouldn't blow off at 55 and it didn't. Anyway, it was a delightful day for a tour of the back roads of Leelanau County."