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Unread 06-21-2010, 09:12 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Burnerman View Post
The Supertop has a 2yr warrenty so if something is wrong they'll definately make good on it. Bestop fabric is very good and the windows are heavy. The rep says that Supertops are made in the US.
I like Geoff, he seems like a good dude, but there was definitely a guy in that thread who said he had a bestop supertop and it was clearly labeled made in china. Having said that, I would look for a used hard top, much better investment. I roll with mine in the winter and paid three hundred bucks for it. I use a bikini in the hottest part of summer and nothing the rest of the year.

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bestop , soft top

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