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07-05-2011 02:15 AM
TheDoc I remember seeing a thread where on guy built a frame which sat at the same level of the top. He backed up to it and then just slid the hardtop on the frame.
he made it out of some 2x4 and covered it with old carpet to protect the edges.

So once it was unbolted he stood in the frame opened up the tailgate and then just lifted it onto stand. No cables no pulleys, just a one man show.
07-04-2011 02:11 PM
DKarge87
Hard top lift with no garage

Could not find a better way to put it but I want to make a rack that i can lift off my hard top with and leave it on.Like something I can back under and lift it off while we have a few nice days since I have no garage. Looking for ideas and pics

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