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Old 04-10-2012, 02:15 PM
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It's only good for someone that already has the top complete and the soft top is work and wants a new one.
agreed. or if you know someone who has a soft top and a tube bender your could use their frame as a template and make your own frame. they are a very simple design.
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Do the side and rear windows come off or just roll up ?
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Any one check with ORD http://www.offroaddesign.com/catalog/softtops.htm to see if their hard ware would work?
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Do the side and rear windows come off or just roll up ?
i haven't seen it in person but the pic looks like it's the kind that rolls up.
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Old 04-23-2012, 12:30 PM
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Any idea on a shipping cost to 49319? I may be masochistic enough to attempt reverse engineering of the frame.
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Is this the Tigertop model? It looks like it requires snaps along the cab roof and tailgate, + 1 in each corner above the tailights.
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Any one check with ORD http://www.offroaddesign.com/catalog/softtops.htm to see if their hard ware would work?
The Softopper that we now carry is a different design.

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Is this the Tigertop model? It looks like it requires snaps along the cab roof and tailgate, + 1 in each corner above the tailights.
As far as I know the Tigertop is the only one Bestop ever made for Blazers and you had to drill/screw each snap into the body/tailgate.
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Ok I talked to my friend back east about this. He said it should be easy for a Boat Top maker to fab a frame.

You would use a deck hinge they do make double hinges, all parts are available from marine suppliers.


Royken would be the man to PM for better info. It can be done guys! If I was in Ohio where Chuck (does all the boats at Rossford Marina starts in April and has three to four deep at all times on their lot) is I would be on it and make some money. What is a NEW top worth?
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