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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 07-19-2016, 01:41 AM Thread Starter
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Scored a Soft Top

Haven't been on here for while...
Scored a nice soft top off craigslist








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it's a fastrac style, right? looks good.
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Looks like it was meant to be perfect color for your perfect bronco!




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it's a fastrac style, right? looks good.
It's a Rampage top...after a couple of hours cleaning the vinyl and metal framing...yeah good to go...


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Looks like it was meant to be perfect color for your perfect bronco!
Hey man...its been a long time! how's life up north?

The color of the top matches well with the interior and tire cover...I was happy about that.


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I have no experience with soft tops. Is that pretty water tight or is it gonna let a little moisture in. Not that it would hurt my rig. Just curious
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I have no experience with soft tops. Is that pretty water tight or is it gonna let a little moisture in. Not that it would hurt my rig. Just curious
Water tight? I dont think so... I'll find out when it rains!
Although the framing does come with weather stripping to seal it to the body.


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I have no experience with soft tops. Is that pretty water tight or is it gonna let a little moisture in. Not that it would hurt my rig. Just curious
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Water tight? I don't think so... I'll find out when it rains!
Although the framing does come with weather stripping to seal it to the body.
I had the Rampage top for a while and it was surprisingly water tight. Even held up through car washes.




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Hey man...its been a long time! how's life up north?
It's life, between the house, wife & kid I don't have much to put into the bronco. But I still love driving it. Just gotta get tires and a transfer case.




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Well that's cool. My hard top doesn't leak but it's never been taken off, so it might once I do. Thanks. And sick top btw man!
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Does the rear cargo cover flap when going down the road with the side windows and rear window out of the soft top? For sure a good buy, I paid more for that for the one on my 78 and I thought I got a good deal


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Well that's cool. My hard top doesn't leak but it's never been taken off, so it might once I do. Thanks. And sick top btw man!
I've taken the top off every year for the last five years and its never leaked. Just as long as the seals are good.
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Does the rear cargo cover flap when going down the road with the side windows and rear window out of the soft top? For sure a good buy, I paid more for that for the one on my 78 and I thought I got a good deal

I have driven the freeways for years...all summer with the top off...and the cargo doesn't flap...as long as the pins are good and the spring tension is tight. I replaced my pins with aluminum copies (machined).
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Where'd u get the rear cargo cover?
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That's a rare but stock feature to some EB Bronco packages.
Might be for others too... but I wouldn't know.

Is that the original one B_Rob or did you find that too?

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