P700 For all you chop topper wanna be's (pics)


Active Member
Feb 7, 2020
New Tazewell, Tn

  1. 700-4
So I have been hit up by several 700 owners since i posted about the 6.5" chop top. I love helping and answering any questions I can for anyone that needs help, but thought this might help some people self answer some of the questions if I posted my file on the chop. First and foremost, I can not stress this enough. This is not a mod to be lightly considered. Its not the hardest if you have any mechanical mindset at all, but if you have even the slightest reservation abought your welding ability, mechanical aptitude, or the ability to calculate and format angles, hire it out. This is also modifying the system that is intended to save your life in the event of a roll over, So there is that. I cut our buggy down 6.5" so we could get it in our toyhauler with the 28" tires on it, before the chop, with the lift, we were having to change the tires back to the stock 25" before and after every time it went in the trailer. It was exhausting. It took me by myself about 10 hours, start to finish to do this modification, but please keep in mind, I work with steel everyday, and Im a certified welder. You will need the proper tools as well, grinder, disks, drill, bits, saw, welding machine, rods, gas, You know, it takes a small shop full of tools to do anything.
We love the chop, and since this I have chopped 3 1000's and 2 more 700's. All with different styles and drops everything from 2" to an 8" extreme. I wouldn't have gone that low, but His checkbook, my skills.
I truly hope this helps some of you to decide yes or no, and see the actual work that goes into this mod.
There will be File 2 to follow

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