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Old 03-07-2005, 06:53 PM
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f150 custom convertible hardtops

I was looking around the web for sunroofs for my 1997 ford 150 extended cab when i came across a website that was selling hardtops for gmc s15, or s10's. Just wondering if anyone out there knows of a company similar to this that sells for ford f150's, or has anything worthwhile to say about the subject of hardtops for trucks?

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Not sure what you're talking about. Do you mean chopping off the top and replacing it with a removable hardtop? I've seen plenty of S10's with those removable tops that make them look like convertibles. But I think you would have body flex issues on a full size truck.
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I've never seen an article on one but Gaylord has an F150 show truck w/ the top chopped.

http://www.gaylordslids.com/speedbumps.php

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A truck has a full frame under it. How could you have body flex? Maybe if you had a rice burnin' unibody "truck".
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