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Thread: Sumo Hard top.

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by drammyboy View Post
    Are you interested in this blue hardtop or maybe one that I'll be making ?

    I have still to take a mould from it and then alter the new top to suit the Dax rear deck profile

    I was told that the blue hardtop was from a Pilgrim.
    Perhaps others on here with a similar top can confirm....

    I just want my top to fit over the rollbar without having that unsightly bump for it.
    Similar problem with the one I have - 3rd leg on the roll bar means it'll have to be split and re-glassed together with a 3" fillet.
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    How much u sell blue one ?

  3. #23
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    E-mail or message me Roy.

    I will first have to take a mould before it can go Roy.
    Shouldn't take me that long if the shop has all the extra materials needed.

    I'm making a new bottom flange to suit my Dax rear profile.
    As you can see I have made a start on the mould outer flanges.






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    Send u pm thanks

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    Sorry Ive had the damned bug. Will it fot the sumo?? If so I could be interested
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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Will it fot the sumo?? If so I could be interested
    You mentioned you had a Pilgrim top that was damaged.
    Could you post some photos of your damaged Pilgrim top
    And we can compare?

    As you can see, I am altering the rear to suit my Dax but
    it will be easy to trim it back down to suit your Pilgrim.

    The chap that I bought it from mentioned he got it with an
    unfinished Pilgrim kit.
    Got to admit.......this top is a well made one.
    I didn't want to cut this one up to suit my application but decided to
    make a mould for my own custom top.







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