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    OK, I officially LOVE this trailer! If and when I buy kit, I would have to have one with the trick hard top on the army green painted one above. Is this an option? if so, how much more for hard top?As a few here have seen, I have a trailer I built and have used for a few years now with great results, but have got to have this one with square fenders to get that LOOK!
    Anything you do in the great outdoors, CANT be ALL bad!
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    Quote Originally Posted by backwoods3 View Post
    OK, I officially LOVE this trailer! If and when I buy kit, I would have to have one with the trick hard top on the army green painted one above. Is this an option? if so, how much more for hard top?As a few here have seen, I have a trailer I built and have used for a few years now with great results, but have got to have this one with square fenders to get that LOOK!
    Glad to hear it! At this time, have not done a fiberglass lid for them yet. Not sure when they will be available. Working on the plugs for our Jeep styled trailer kits right now.
    Scott
    Compact Camping Concepts

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