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Ranger/Mazda topper

Are they the same/interchangeable? I found a topper that fits my criteria about 2 hours away, but it's on a Mazda B4000. I'm fairly sure it's the same, but I want to be very sure before I make the drive.

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Yes there the same.
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yep. I sold both my old ones to guys with mazdas actually.
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