not sure how difficult it will be to clean it up. the rally guys have the roof scoops that keep the vehicles positive pressure inside so they realy dont get that much dust inside. Im working on a plan to install one of those or get air in another way. ill keep yall updated on how dificult it is to clean and if its worth itThere's some good youtoob vids on flocking , pretty cool.
Not sure how it would hold up getting covered in dust and then trying to clean it. (if cleaning is a thing)
awesome dude. thanks for the link!Glassworks 7" except glassworks doesn't exist anymore.
They are now https://www.advfiberglass.com/collections/ford/products/1993-2014-ford-ranger-bedsides
Or maybe even their 10"
The truck is 81" from outside tire to outside tire.what's the rear track width for outside of tires
gonna need 10" if it's around 84"+
Mcneil also makes some nice flat top bedsides now. they are pretty wide. I am running those on G4
its already dovetail out. WAY the Fuck out! thats how i lost my rear tail light last time. My buddy says "Yeah dude we'll clear that tree by a few inches..."Step them out from the cab 2-2.5” and dovetail those bitches out at the rear. Don’t spend time modifying the glass—you’ll end up breaking it anyway.
Right.... But if im doing the work should i just fab a new coilover mount and reuse the old mount? Or build a whole new mount setup for the CO and BP right up next to the cab?Fucking finally!!!
However you decide to do it, do it ONCE.
As far as I know these are McNeill bedsides and expo conversation front glass. The front fenders and hood are significantly thicker and more ridged than the rear glass.Glassworks always made thick/sturdy glass!
If ADV does the same, you won't be dissappointed!