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Yeah. What about it?
Rear lift would be nice. But this goes back far enough and much easier. The factory has you remove the rear windows to get all the way back and this can be done from the inside, no extra straps to secure it.
 

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Rear lift would be nice. But this goes back far enough and much easier. The factory has you remove the rear windows to get all the way back and this can be done from the inside, no extra straps to secure it.
Factory top does everything the Bestop does, but with two extra features. That's all I'm saying.
 

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I have to admit, I wasn't sure at first about the "fastback" roof on the Bronco, but it is growing on me and I quite like it now.

-SG
My plan all a long was to wait for Bestop to make a less sophisticated and simple soft top (vs. the factory 4-door design) that covers the Bronco to keep the weather out and let the truck be drivable.

My primary top is the hard top. Yet if the 2-door soft top shown in these pics is a simple top as I prefer, I'll take it for an additional cost now, and wait for the hard top to become available.

The problem with this idea is the logistics and shipping cost of the hard top to the dealership at a later date. Ford just doesn't want to add that to its plate.
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