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    My new Ragtop

    Hey blazinlow guys, I just wanted to update some people who might care about my jimmy. I just finished installing my new streetbeat customs ragtop. It is a 40x70 and I love the way it turned out. So thanks to some about 8 hours of install and my amazing gf here are some pics!
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    99 gmc jimmy, bagged on 18/20s, 40X70 rag top, supercharged, fiberglassed system.
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    looks good?
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    thats awesome, i was actually just talkin to a buddy of mine about doin that to his magnum today...lol
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    When you cut the top out like this, do you have to reinforce it?

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    im not to sure how you would do that...its a do it yourself kit and worked very well.
    99 gmc jimmy, bagged on 18/20s, 40X70 rag top, supercharged, fiberglassed system.
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    Sick! I love it.
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    Looks grrrrrreat!

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    dude it looks good.

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    wow, thats looks awesome. Looks like you did a great job on the install too, alot of the ones i see have little dents or warped looking spots around where the studs go through the roof, and yours looks smooth

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    It's rare for me to see a jimmy with ragtop. That's really cool, man!

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    how did you finish up the rear of it?????? (where the ribs in the roof are) did you fill the gaps in with caulk or weld in a smooth piece to finish it off??? j/w im looking to do one!

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    damn that looks good, very nice :bigthumb:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlyerla View Post
    how did you finish up the rear of it?????? (where the ribs in the roof are) did you fill the gaps in with caulk or weld in a smooth piece to finish it off??? j/w im looking to do one!
    Im still trying to figure that one out, I just put in some foam and called it a day, but I hate it like that
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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    best way to do it is cut the section of ribs out and weld in a piece of the smooth roof from the front. then you get a 100 percent smooth piece

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    great work came out clean

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