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Oem hard top

Discussion in 'Big Red Accessories and Modifications' started by Fordman, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. Fordman

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    I purchased the oem hard top & haven't been impressed when trailering , does anyone have any (top) ideas ? I'm thinking of mounting a little stereo system & will haft to devise some type mounting brackets haha
     
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    I too worried how strong those tops are. I would not think they would be made to hold a radio if you chose to mount it to the top.
    I would look into running some new bars and mounting it to that. I'm sure you dont want make any new holes in the top but I would. I would want it to be secure.
    Anyways. I'm sure I will have all these questions too once I get the Pioneer... Yes I will have a radio and speaker system.
     
  3. Fordman

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    Yea I will probably fashion some type metal bars to go across & mount it to I guess
     
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    I'll end up with a top as well, but would rather wait for a model made from metal. Besides the flexing that is found with plastic, over time it will become brittle and one day will crack. Just my opinion....
     
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