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Old April 22nd, 2010, 10:51 PM
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Badger Gutter Kit (not the top, just the hardware to mount the top) $450 ($695 list)

The four galvy pieces are new take offs, used uprights I got from Dave to make the kit, but alas, I sold the gutter kit top so surplus to my needs. I am sure I will regret it later ....

$695 from badger, $450 from me. No bolts included, but if you tell me what is needed I will dig through my stash and get all of them together for you. I think it is just some M6 ones. Does not include door seals, but if you ask nicely and pay full boat I can look for two upper pieces I know I have floating around in the garage.

Pic from badgerman here:

http://www.badgercoachworks.com/inde...s/Page1712.htm

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Did you sell that Bestop I gave you? It might be the one that goes with the gutter kit. If so then you can sell the whole set up. The top needs some patching, but its still good. Maybe even a little better than "ron good."
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Sold it to CRED for a trail top. All I saw on it was one small tear otherwise it looked good. It was the gutter kit one. Realized I would never use it. I sat in a truck with the badger half cab and realized that I keep the seat too far back to use this. I had amassed this kit to put a GK halfcab on bryson, but that is not going to happen so ....

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Do you think this would work with a SW? I can't see from the pics where it attaches to the back of the door area. I have a Coventry bikini and I'm going to have something made to close up the back, like a drop curtain.
Like the picture, just made to fit a tad better.
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Do you think this would work with a SW? I can't see from the pics where it attaches to the back of the door area. I have a Coventry bikini and I'm going to have something made to close up the back, like a drop curtain.
Like the picture, just made to fit a tad better.
I actually just looked at Josh's pics and I think I need to fab something up, that would continue all the way back to where roll bars tie in to the SW roof
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I think it will work with hood sticks if you want to get a set of those...

Definitely need Badger Chris to weigh in.
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I think it will work with hood sticks if you want to get a set of those...

Definitely need Badger Chris to weigh in.
I could probably get away with the one right behind the rollbar?
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I could probably get away with the one right behind the rollbar?
Yup, and we series people would bend our own hood sticks from galvanized pipe with a hand pipe bender. That being said, I bet you could run a bracket or two to the SW cage and it would work as well or better than the hood stick without the need for the hoop.

If you look at the pic, the black bit is an upright that attaches to the tub capping, if you ran the bracket[s] to that from the roll bar, it should be plenty stable for your set up.
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