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Bronco Trail Cover Mass Buy - Ends June 30

Post by SaddleUp » Fri Jun 23, 2006 7:26 pm

Early Bronco Trail Cover Mass Buy is on. Mass Buy will end June 30, 2006

Click here to go to the Early Bronco Trail Cover Webpage.

Description:
These Early Bronco Trail Covers are a great way to keep the inside of your rig dry. They can be installed quickly (Using 6 adjustable straps with buckles) and come with a pouch for storage that is small enough to fit under the passenger seat making them a great item to carry on weekend outings with the normal top and/or doors removed.

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They are made from lightweight and durable marine fabric to hold up to the elements and can be used as either a short term (overnight) or long term (through the winter) solution for keeping the weather out of your rig. They come in two versions that are universal fit to cover a large variety of different configurations. The Full Family Cage version is large enough to fit over almost all family style cages as long as a hard top or soft top can still be installed over them. The Standard Cage/Half Cab version is designed to fit with most standard roll bars or cages that "do not" provide rear seat family cage protection.

Cost:
The Mass Buy price will be $100 Each.

Shipping:
The shipping on these will be a flat rate of $15 to the continental US. See the web page for details. These will "NOT" begin shipping until sufficient orders have come in to buy the materials at the bulk rate. As soon as they do then they will begin shipping as fast as I can make them. I expect the first orders to start shipping within one to two weeks.

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To order yours please visit the webpage I have set up for them:

Click here to go to the Early Bronco Trail Cover Webpage.
Rick Halle (SaddleUp)

Edit: I removed the minimum order requirement which has been met now.
Last edited by SaddleUp on Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:22 am, edited 2 times in total.

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Post by PasTheGas » Sat Jun 24, 2006 7:51 am

Hey saddle nice work, I am in! Which one would work best for me. I donat have the family cage. Could I use the bestop hoops to support the rear. I would like to keep the rear dry also! Just trying to figure out a way to cover the whole interior without water collecting in an area of the cover.

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Post by SaddleUp » Sat Jun 24, 2006 1:53 pm

PasTheGas wrote:Hey saddle nice work, I am in! Which one would work best for me. I donat have the family cage. Could I use the bestop hoops to support the rear. I would like to keep the rear dry also! Just trying to figure out a way to cover the whole interior without water collecting in an area of the cover.
The standard roll bar one would fit yours best. I don't have the prototype done for it yet but it will be identical except that it will slope down in the back from behind the roll bar. It will still cover the rear area. Alternatively the Bestop Hoops could be used to work with the family style one. You would need to add a strap to hold the hoop in place though. (Which is what I did on mine to be sure it would fit over most roll cages)

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Post by dan's73 » Mon Jul 03, 2006 12:32 pm

That's a nice looking product Rick. Good proce too, even without the mass-buy. Once I get things figured out & stop tinkering I may just get one for myself!
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Post by SaddleUp » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:21 am

There were several people looking for pics of the Standard Cage style which are now posted on the web page for these.

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Post by PasTheGas » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:44 pm

I like the standard roll bar one, nice work ...I am in shoot me the details for one! or mabey we could work ouot a possible trade. I have some good parts sitting around!

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Post by SaddleUp » Sun Jul 09, 2006 4:01 pm

PasTheGas wrote:I like the standard roll bar one, nice work ...I am in shoot me the details for one! or mabey we could work ouot a possible trade. I have some good parts sitting around!
Details are on the web site for purchasing. The Mass Buy is actually over now. Right now I can't really trade for parts unless it is something I really need (Which doesn't really leave much). Maybe down the road when it is off the ground better and thriving then I could. The Mass Buy was a huge success (50 covers sold) but all of the profits are going to better equipment, web sites, and promotion.
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Post by PasTheGas » Tue Jul 11, 2006 9:35 am

ahh so look slike i lost out on the 100.00 bucks +15 shipping for the cover. will you still take that price for the one i want?

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Post by SaddleUp » Tue Jul 11, 2006 12:41 pm

I've already ordered all of the fabric under the mass buy (I got an extra discount on it by ordering close to 400 yards at once). If you send me an email from the web page I can get you a link for a $10 discount. That's the best I can do though.
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discounted price still available?

Post by irish14 » Wed May 09, 2007 5:33 pm

The original message said the mass buy would be available until June 30th
I went to you link and tried to order one. I was unable to find the discounted price of $100 plus $15 shipping. Please advise what I should do to receive that price.
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Re: discounted price still available?

Post by SHAWN » Wed May 09, 2007 5:41 pm

irish14 wrote: Please advise what I should do to receive that price.
Pat
Go back in time :lol: . It ended in 2006.

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whoops

Post by irish14 » Wed May 09, 2007 6:16 pm

I didn't look at the year. :guns: :guns:

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Post by SHAWN » Wed May 09, 2007 6:20 pm

You big dumby! :guns: :fedup:
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Post by 77BroncoWag » Sat May 03, 2008 10:37 am

you would be crazy to give him any money. He is about to be served papers for the lawsuit to come. He has stolen 1000's of dollars from people that ordered their soft tops in 06. He did send out a few but his welding is quite suspect and those guys had to rebuild theirs. The guy is in hiding right now. :guns: that guy

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Post by hoppy » Sat May 03, 2008 12:11 pm

this thread title should be adminded to closed mass buy or mas buy finished
yep rick is a tool
i'll buy the popcorn for the trail
same dude as bent bronco
the bronco is improved

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Post by tttgowyo » Tue Aug 12, 2008 6:47 am

I agree, this needs to be taken off..
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