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Ranger sunroof?

I saw a 2000 ish reg cab ranger driving beside me on the freeway this morning with his sunroof open did rangers come with them at all? then i started looking at my truck and wondering but the headliner really isnt flat enough to put one in i would think does anyone else have a sunroof in their truck?
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some dealers installed them they weren't an option for rangers
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Rangers never had sunroofs from the factory. It is an aftermarket kit.
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I have a sunroof in mine
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well theirs alway's somebody. ^^some body put it in didn't they? i was thinking of putting one in mine cause I have alway's wanted one, probably won't do it 'till it's paid for.
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where did ya get or kit ? did you do it yourself?
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It was in it when i bought the truck, its really nice because the glass is removeable for when i want some sun. I can get the name of the brand in a couple minutes here..
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The brand of mine is SFC
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Sweet, I may have to find one, and get it installed! I wish I had a sunroof.
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Sweet, I may have to find one, and get it installed! I wish I had a sunroof.
sad thing is mine was just out of the body shop 2-3 months ago and needed a new roof, I should have had them put one in :-(
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I love my sunroof! A couple guys on RPS have put in the Expo motorized ones in, looks sick as hell
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^^ i had to play with an expo motorized one earlier.. wasnt that fun tryin to make the reverse wire go back in the slot after i accidently removed it lol
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i'd rather have a sliding ragtop.
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In the mid 90's there was a company in CA that would cut out your roof and back window and give you a removable hardtop to replace it. That would have been sweet. It was like a combo sunroof/ no rear window, the whole top and back was off.

I tried looking them up, they are gone now.
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In the mid 90's there was a company in CA that would cut out your roof and back window and give you a removable hardtop to replace it. That would have been sweet. It was like a combo sunroof/ no rear window, the whole top and back was off.

I tried looking them up, they are gone now.
you mean a hard top convertible?
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i was looking at a couple different kits but my headliner isnt flat i dont know how the older trucks are but its kinda conformed to the sunvisors and what not. not flat at all lol i think a whole new headliner would have to be put in too but idk going back to work yall have a good day
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Ranger 4.0 I guess you could call it that. Have you heard of anyone doing that? From what I understand they leaked too much.
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