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**DONOTDELETE** 02-09-2000 03:34 PM

soft top/bikini top for 95 Bronco
where can I find a soft top for my 95 bronco?

**DONOTDELETE** 02-09-2000 05:08 PM

Re: soft top/bikini top for 95 Bronco
I have a place for u to go. go to they have soft tops for broncos and they have prices, but i don't know if they have a top for a 95 because of the third break light on the top. everyone that i have seen that carries a soft top for a bronco discourages the use of a soft top on any bronco that was manufactured after 1991. I hope this has helped you out some.

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**DONOTDELETE** 02-09-2000 07:05 PM

Check the Bronco Registry
Check the Bronco Registry. I remember seeing a some pictures where a guy had a soft top and relocated the seatbelts and third brake light on a 92-96 Bronco.

broncsweet 02-10-2000 01:46 AM

Re: Check the Bronco Registry
All the soft tops fit 80-96. the trucks and tops are all the same. The only difference is I think in 92 they put the seatbelts on the hard top and also mounted the third break light and interior light on the cap. If you can find an older seat the same color as you have now then use that because all the seats fit all the years or just unbolt the older seat belt harnesses and bolt them to your present seat and get rid of the over the shoulder belt. the third light i think there is a disconnect for it. you will need a tamper proof torx head to get your bolts off. they are a pain in the ass to use. tops can be expensive. I have a full back top like a jeep, it works vey well. Try to find one that uses the origional bolt hole. mine didnot so i had to drill the boby and you can't leave the brackets on all year and then you have open holes. I fill them with body color sealer during the off season. goodluck

**DONOTDELETE** 02-11-2000 01:31 AM

Re: Check the Bronco Registry
Yes, all the tops fit 80-96. The only reason most companies selling soft tops don't mention the soft top for the 92-96 is because of the seatbelts being intergrated into the fiberglass top. So, to keep from law suits, or trouble, they eliminate those years from the Bronco soft top line. But they work, and like Broncsweet mentioned, you can get a seat out of an earlier model to put in your '95.

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