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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2003, 03:18 PM
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Skyler soft top

Anyone have, tried or seen one of these before. Thinking about getting one but like to hear from someone who has one. I even ran a search for it before hand like a good newbie. LOL Happy Trails....Chris

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Re: Skyler soft top

Looks cool but I like and need my back seat and cargo area. I have seen the Specialtytopco.com model. Have you compared the two? There is a post regarding tops at
http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/show...ght=custom+top
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Hey- I appreciate link, I'll have to give it the full read when i get home from my other job tonight. Ive seen the fast back ones but not a huge fan of how it looks. I know it takes away the back seat but I'm looking for soemthing to keep on during the summer and can pop on and off instead of lugging of my hard top and then keeping an eye on the weather to see if I need to put on before I head somewhere. This is my daily driver so space is not always my prime concern. Thanks again for the link. Chris
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Re: Skyler soft top

Those are cool. But, they should be called a Tonneau cover, like what Jeeps use. If you want a softop, you can see one on my superford page. Used to be Kayline, bought out by another company, but still producing the same softop.
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