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    Default t top conversion

    perfect write up for 4th gen t top conversions. i should know i followed it for my conversion back in 2005.

    http://members.fortunecity.com/gripenfe ... rsion.html LINK DOWN

    Copy of grip's t-top conversion here


    LS1tech link http://ls1tech.com/forums/appearance...s-topless.html (photos broken)
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    Default Re: t top conversion

    Done

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    Thats the same one I used for mine and it worked out perfect!.
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    That'd be the one I used too. Good writeup.

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    i was just reading the how to on the t-tops. big balls! i could never bring myself to do that! id spend the extra couple bucks for a t-top car!

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    It's not that bad really. Then again, I've been cutting cars for years, so it's nothing new for me.

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    then im coming to you bones because i dont have the balls to do that

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    Thumbs up really...

    Dude. If you do your homework,
    Anything is possible!!! I'm no expert but have fabbed plenty of custom parts.
    Sure its scarry to think about the things that could go wrong, but that is normal. just go for it! Good common sense, plenty of homework and a little know how.

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    i cant do it my car is my dd right now when i get another then ill do it

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    10 4. I know the feelng. Luckily I live close enough to walk to work. Or I woulda been in the same boat many times!

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