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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-03-2014, 09:08 PM Thread Starter
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Stupid Trees

I have always had a problem dealing with trees. Sometimes it's the roots, and so had to replace the exhaust system. Sometimes it's the limbs on the ground. But all too often it's just the overhanging branches.....

Old thread and a ecamp55 pic! From 2006.

Rockport in September

And the pic, yes that is my Red Jeep with the fillet-O-top, didn't do much to the windshield.

http://forums.off-road.com/attachmen...-pict0035r.jpg

That poor old, original windshield frame has been "Bashed" several other times and yes the after market top was ripped and repaired.

Care to ask why the windshield frame wasn't rusted out and had the structure to rip the top off? Remember, original 1985 stock windshield frame.

It's trash now but WoW, if you keep the water out it won't rust. Then you can rip the heck out of your top, everyone has there own fun.

Just how I roll.


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Ouch!
One of those trees ripped my soft top and barely missed the windshield.
But I'm glad you folks had fun.

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