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Installing Bestop's Supertop

Posted in How To: Body Chassis on December 1, 2010 Comment (0)
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The old adage "nothing lasts forever" rings true for anything automotive, but especially a trail rig's soft top. If you own a 4x4 with a soft top then you know they can become brittle over time and tear easily, the fastening snaps can freeze up, and the vinyl windows will yellow and fog up, limiting visibility.

Bestop's Supertop is a high-quality replacement soft top that includes everything needed to replace a worn-out top and its rusty, broken hardware. This also makes the Supertop great for newly built vehicles without any top hardware or mounting points. The Supertop is made from heavy denim, is mildew-resistant, and contains UV inhibitors for protection from the sun and adverse weather.

The Supertop replacement setup doesn't include doors and is designed to be used with the factory hard doors or Bestop's two-piece doors (sold separately). The replacement tops are available for Jeeps, Toyota Land Cruiser FJ-40s, and early Ford Broncos and come in original factory colors. We found the Supertop easy to install and were impressed with its quality and fitment.

The support bows, mounting rails, and windshield rail are powdercoated so they should withstand harsh elements and bad weather for years. The soft top is fitted with tinted windows, which meets U.S. standards.
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Bestop
Broomfield, CO 80038
800-845-3567
www.bestop.com

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