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Old 06-02-2015, 02:34 PM
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Could I remove Roll Bar with hard top on?

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Old 06-02-2015, 02:48 PM   #2
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You will need to remove the hardtop first

but why ??

driving it without rollbar? shoulder belts??

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You will need to remove the hardtop first

but why ??

driving it without rollbar? shoulder belts??
Who the hell drives without a roll bar? Lol Im gonna Por-15 the floor. Shes got some extensive suface rust so I'm gonna tackle it and order a family bar as well.
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And you think you can do all that without removing the hardtop?
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Yeah, you're going to end up with the hardtop off. It's like 10 screws in the windshield hannel and 8 behind the front seats, just don't strip any of the torques, or you'll have a hell of a time trying to get it off, I speak from experience. It's supprisingly light, it will take two people to lift it though, because it is awkward.
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And when reinstalling the hardtop be careful to not strip out the 10 screws. They do not have much material to bite into.... voice of experience here too.
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This.....?
Would be like doing a tonsilectomy thru the rectum.
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Would be like doing a tonsilectomy thru the rectum.
^^ Couldn't have described it any more ACCURATELY!!!
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Would be like doing a tonsilectomy thru the rectum.
Lmfao thank you for this! That made my day! Couldn't have worded this better myself!!

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