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    Cool Ranger Top!

    I just finished installing my custom made, diamond plate, hard top onto my Ranger. I had the aluminum bent to my specifications and it fit real nice. Got my ideas from TWB, and others thanks everyone for your input.
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    Default More pics!

    .5" rubber spacers, and a 1" drip stop!
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    That looks VERY nice.
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    Nice rig Kort!

    Great work on the topper!!

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    Lookin good. One of these days I will be re-doing a few thing's on mine. The use of u-bolts and rubber was a killer idea as well as the drip edge. I think I am going to pull mine and trim 1/2 off the sides and 3" off the back then have a drip edge bent.

    After smackin a few trees, you'll probly wanna trim the side as well.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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    Default Trees

    Yes I have already bent it up on some trees, nothing that I couldn't fix though. The drip edge is a must other wise the water ends up in your lap. I'm pretty happy with it, and it is really nice not having to take it off and put it on again between trailering.

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