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Old 14th December 2008, 12:27   #1
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Hi guys,This is my jeeps convertible hood and interior pictures.
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Old 14th December 2008, 19:08   #2
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Hi,

Looks nice the setup of the foldable top! I think it is a foldable one but not totally removable since the bottom part of the top is screwed with the body. Am I true?

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Nice jeep as a whole, and a really innnovative soft-top idea I must say. Very unique in a jeep. How much did the frame and the soft top cost you?
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Hi guys,This is my jeeps convertible hood and interior pictures.
Hi nice setup of the hood!
Where did you get it done and how much did it cost you??
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Old 18th December 2008, 20:25   #5
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nice setup of your hood. but why on earth is that gypsy bumper fitted there??
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Its a 2wd vehicle?? But fitted with an AC.
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it seems that i have seen this jeep in Chandigarh am i correct bai jee. but i would say it is a good effort but how effective is the AC in it?
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Ludhiana's mechanical expertise at its best!

oye balle tere drop down jeep tey! Khalsa girls college di geri vailey drop it down!

nice work brother! drink water and save whisky and drive safe!

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That AC setup dosent look safe.
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Your soft top is absolutely excellent. Very ingenious and very well executed. You need to some thing about rollcage. You need to close the frame with the same metal tubes at B pillar. Just bolting it there wont serve purpose in case of a roll over.

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You need to close the frame with the same metal tubes at B pillar. Just bolting it there wont serve purpose in case of a roll over.
Rightly said indeed. Rollcage needs to serve its real purpose rather than just to enhance the looks. By the way, viswas, can you give me some idea as to where can I get a good roll cage made in around Delhi. A good welding and bending job for 2inch+ diameter pipe is a must.
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