Steel Soldiers is supported by:
NO its just the top part. We had it fiber glassed on the entire top, but it didnt seal it enough. so now the inside roof near the windshield is rotting through. .
The outside is an easy repair but the inside.. well, not so easy. To do it correctly you might have to get into the A pillers and that's where the real liability problems come in not to mention the "how the **** do I do this" !…. so now the inside roof near the windshield is rotting through. .
This would be a great change. If I had a blazer, this would be high on the list. Oh, and a cage too.If you live in Texas I have a complete A pillar, parts doors and a fiberglass roof from a 1974 K5 Blazer. That is the one where the whole roof comes off. Being in Texas you would get a lot of sun time with this setup. Been wanting to build a CUCV M1009 with a full convertible. May or may not happen. I could skid it up and ship it for a price if you are interested. I sold every decent K5 roof I had. I had a customer drive to PA from Minnesota to pick one up. I cut it from a 1990 K5 Blazer. Good Luck.
We get it, advertisements are annoying!
Sure, ad-blocking software does a great job at blocking ads, but it also blocks useful features of our website like our supporting vendors. Their ads help keep Steel Soldiers going. Please consider disabling your ad blockers for the site. Thanks!