Are dual tops still an option?

JohnnyBronc

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I can't seem to find any updated info on this since it was announced that the painted hard top has been pushed back. I want both soft top and hard top. I'd prefer the painted hard top but the MIC top will suit me just fine.





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Dual tops i believe are soft + painted modular...so until the latter is available, probably a no go.
 

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Previously, we also had the option for dual tops with MIC & Soft top listed on the Bronco site. Hopefully it's still going to be an option and is just a mistake in the B&P.
 

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I’m hopeful for a dual top option myself. Maybe through the dealer if nothing else. Regular MIC plus soft top should be less costly vs modular plus soft top.
 

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So if you want to take off the hard top for awhile, and go soft top, then I assume aftermarket will sell a hard/soft option?
Is this not something that people would want to do? Is that why there’s an option for a throw in top? Is it waterproof?
 

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