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Old 04-18-2013, 01:48 PM   #1421
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Here's a pic. I will get better ones later but here's one for ya.
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Old 04-18-2013, 04:00 PM   #1422
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Here's a pic. I will get better ones later but here's one for ya.
Looks great!
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Old 04-18-2013, 04:11 PM   #1423
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Thanks TJ, I like it so far. Got a hell of a deal on it so I couldn't pass it up.
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well here it is, complete with sleeping/storage platform.


have no idea why that one is catywhompus. I went ahead and ordered wheelers 2 inch add a leaf since my springs are completely horizontal and I plan on trailering 2 atv's.
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snugtop rebel
its my 2nd snugtop.. I got the cab hi first.. crappy latching system, and crappy batt powered light that never worked with no carpet.. hated it..
the rebel has the rain gutter so when you open the door all the water doesnt pour into your bed, carpet headliner.. so nice not to get fiberglass in your hair when crawling around, 12v light.. hey, I can now see in the dark!.. and a much better and more secure latching system.. I also got the pet screens and dropdown window for cleaning. I had a leak on both of my snugtops at the back door seal.. both went back and both still leaked.. i solved this buy caulking the seal myself..



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Old 04-19-2013, 10:18 AM   #1426
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snugtop rebel
its my 2nd snugtop.. I got the cab hi first.. crappy latching system, and crappy batt powered light that never worked with no carpet.. hated it..
the rebel has the rain gutter so when you open the door all the water doesnt pour into your bed, carpet headliner.. so nice not to get fiberglass in your hair when crawling around, 12v light.. hey, I can now see in the dark!.. and a much better and more secure latching system.. I also got the pet screens and dropdown window for cleaning. I had a leak on both of my snugtops at the back door seal.. both went back and both still leaked.. i solved this buy caulking the seal myself..



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Now that is a good looking truck!!
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Old 04-19-2013, 11:26 AM   #1427
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Here's a pic. I will get better ones later but here's one for ya.
Looks sweet! Many happy rides!
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My new shell

My new leer 100 xl 😎
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Looks sweet! Many happy rides!
Thanks. I had to do some minor adjustments today to get it right. Had too much overhang on driver's side, not enough on passenger. Also was back too far.

Looks like I'm due an AAL or another leaf pack. It has sagged me slighty but it does ride a little smoother. i might have to pull the trigger on the OME kit, like my hero TJ.
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snugtop rebel
its my 2nd snugtop.. I got the cab hi first.. crappy latching system, and crappy batt powered light that never worked with no carpet.. hated it..
the rebel has the rain gutter so when you open the door all the water doesnt pour into your bed, carpet headliner.. so nice not to get fiberglass in your hair when crawling around, 12v light.. hey, I can now see in the dark!.. and a much better and more secure latching system.. I also got the pet screens and dropdown window for cleaning. I had a leak on both of my snugtops at the back door seal.. both went back and both still leaked.. i solved this buy caulking the seal myself..



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TJ, you have a twin apparently. Good looking truck Beav.
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TJ, you have a twin apparently. Good looking truck Beav.

thank ya man! you as well!
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thank ya man! you as well!
It's starting to take shape. I like how yours and TJ's are built. Simple enough for DD but enough to be able to be taken off road.
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:38 PM   #1433
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It's starting to take shape. I like how yours and TJ's are built. Simple enough for DD but enough to be able to be taken off road.

yup, exactly what I wanted. ride is as as good, if not better than stock, and the offroad perf is improved on an already very capable truck.
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Old 04-19-2013, 03:46 PM   #1434
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TJ, you have a twin apparently. Good looking truck Beav.
He makes me want 285s though...
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He makes me want 285s though...
Yea, I can see where you're coming from. They both look great though. Give it a little more beefy look.
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Snugtop XV, with prolock, front folding slider, sliding screens, headliner, LED interior battery light, sportmans package (reinforced roof w/ 500 lbs. loading capacity), yakima roof rack, Bedrug. Just under $3300 installed OTD. The bigger windows are worth it!






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I liked the look of the Snugtop Super Sport and Leer 100XQ, but my dog wouldn't approve! XV all the way!





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I liked the look of the Snugtop Super Sport and Leer 100XQ, but my dog wouldn't approve! XV all the way!





Mine doesn't like the XQ all that much. He's used to the back of the truck and hanging his head over the side. The only reason I got the XQ is because of the deal I got on it. As a matter of fact, if someone had something with sliding windows or the vented flip ups, I would think about trading for it.
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ARE MX Topper

Here is my new ARE MX topper. I wanted the extra height I could trasport my bikes standing up while being locked and protected from the weather. The windoors are probably the best option on it! Makes loading it so much easier and can still access stuff in the front.

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