>So, do you not use a cover at all over your top bars? or one modified to keep that bit of space?
If you have a typical top bar hive with the bars resting on the sides, then the cover is already the thickness of the top bars above the sides. So the it is also the thickness of the top bars above the front and back. A cover on top covers that.
>Sorry, no need to reply, I saw your answer to same question in another thread. if top bars are siting on frame, then cover is already raised enough to accommodate opening, if top bars are recessed, then prop the cover. makes sense.
I'm just a few miles down the road. Why not come over and see it?