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Today is the big day that we fully reveal the exterior of the tops that we will be offering. Yes we said TOPS, meaning more than one. We will be offering two different styled tops (Both will be slanted). One being modular and the other being a one-piece top. You may be asking, why offer both? We have listened to what you have been asking for and we have came through for the Bronco market as a whole.

Before you start asking “Why is the modular top less pieces than the factory top”. The simple answer is that ours will provide a quieter ride, lower chance of leaking, and overall better fit and finish.

Each top will be offered in three levels of finish:
  1. Black UV Textured
  2. White UV Textured
  3. High Build Primer for a body shop to paint match the top

Answers to some of last weeks questions:
  1. Is the rear glass curved?
    1. Yes it is.
  2. Are the side windows glued in?
    1. Yes, they are glued in.
  3. Can the rear window be opened WITHOUT having to open the tailgate?
    1. No, the tailgate will need to be opened.
  4. Will we reuse factory roof rails?
    1. Yes, our tops will have built in mounts to reuse factory or aftermarket roof rails.

We are curious which top you are more interested in? Modular or One-Piece?

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Stay tuned for the next release of information on 1/17/22.

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Looks good!
1) is the front "modular" section one piece or two piece?

2) is the white closer to Oxford White or Wimbledon White? And does the black match the textured black on the OEM flares?
 

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modular
 

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Being able to remove the front panel is the most critical. I'd never remove the center panel. With the front removed, it needs to be able to work with Sunrider or Clearlidz for me to be interested.
 

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Today is the big day that we fully reveal the exterior of the tops that we will be offering. Yes we said TOPS, meaning more than one. We will be offering two different styled tops (Both will be slanted). One being modular and the other being a one-piece top. You may be asking, why offer both? We have listened to what you have been asking for and we have came through for the Bronco market as a whole.

Before you start asking “Why is the modular top less pieces than the factory top”. The simple answer is that ours will provide a quieter ride, lower chance of leaking, and overall better fit and finish.

Each top will be offered in three levels of finish:
  1. Black UV Textured
  2. White UV Textured
  3. High Build Primer for a body shop to paint match the top

Answers to some of last weeks questions:
  1. Is the rear glass curved?
    1. Yes it is.
  2. Are the side windows glued in?
    1. Yes, they are glued in.
  3. Can the rear window be opened WITHOUT having to open the tailgate?
    1. No, the tailgate will need to be opened.
  4. Will we reuse factory roof rails?
    1. Yes, our tops will have built in mounts to reuse factory or aftermarket roof rails.

We are curious which top you are more interested in? Modular or One-Piece?

Subscribe to our newsletter list for Bronco Hardtop information. All newsletter subscribers will be the first to know about new details. Please make sure to let the page fully load, it will show three boxes of information to fill out to be added to the newsletter list. We will NOT blow up your inbox.


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https://www.advfiberglass.com/pages/bronco-hardtop-sign-up


Stay tuned for the next release of information on 1/17/22.

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Thanks for posting!!!!!!!!!!!

I guarantee some will ask why no rear panels:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: I know this crowd.

Me I prefer the Modular top but I can see the point to wanting a one piece. Those people usually do not take the top off much or if you live in the artic circle.:cautious:

Leave work on a hot summer afternoon and just knock out the roof panels throw 'em in the back and enjoy the ride home.😁


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Very intriguing. Curious about the weights (as asked above) I do use 3-4 people to swap out tops by the season, so It's just a matter of how hard it will be to remove the one piece and store it. I'd much prefer it as there are less moving parts to have issues with seals, etc..
that said, if it's a big weight issue, I'd get the 2 piece.
 

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Interested in one piece. This would be for dual tops.
One piece in winter when it’s not coming off. Soft top for summer.
 
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