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Old 03-23-2004, 11:18 PM
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Anyone make something like a Tonneau cover?

I was wondering if ant one has seen a Tonneau like cover for a bronco? Just a thought.
 
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i just got a used skyler softtop, no snaps!! you have to gey one of those, try ebay, i did
 
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Old 03-24-2004, 02:39 PM
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oregonian, that is sweet. Where did u find that and if u dont mind about how much will it set someone back?
 
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Old 03-24-2004, 02:49 PM
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Did'nt some company buy skyler or bought the rights too build tops like them and use the frame idea. I would love too find a used skyler on e-bay, I have been keeping an eye on e-bay for a while but no luck yet.
 
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oregonian, that is sweet. Where did u find that and if u dont mind about how much will it set someone back?
I pulled the pick from the link below the picture. The link takes you to thejeep.com that sells the top. It looks like it will set you back about $400. I have the curtain style top (I need the back seat) and love it.
 
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Old 03-24-2004, 05:11 PM
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I would love to add something like that to my list...
 
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heare is a solid window to run a cover to

http://www.creproonline.com/half_cab_conversion.htm


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Dreadging up a dead thread since that company is out of business.

Any other options?
 
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These folks purport to still be making a tonneau for the full-size.
 
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:06 PM
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These folks purport to still be making a tonneau for the full-size.
I emailed them, but last i heard they were no longer in production
 
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Yeah, I was under that impression as well but it kinda surprised me to find the website up and running. I don't have any other info or leads on a new one beyond that.
 
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I have the beginnings of a home made half cab,tonneau cover started for my 78. IF the rain ever stops down here for a few days maybe I will get to finish it. I had it on the truck a few weeks ago, but it was not completed and leaked like a sieve. It has a plywood half cab piece with the start of fibreglass covering it. I used an old camper shell I stretched the width on and cut down for the tonneau cover section. Used some stainless piano hinge to attach it to half cab section. It was looking pretty damn good if I say so myself. Got lots of comments on it. I will have to get a u.s.b cable for my phone and post some pics on here 1 day.
 
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Well mines not really a full cloth tonneau cover but this is something I had made. I mainly use it for security and the sub woofer is enclosed so there will actually be a bass.

heres one I saw on craigslist





You kind of get an idea of it in this picture too, I herculined it so its all black now.
 
 
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