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Standard flange vs reverse flange high top
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Can anyone explain what the difference is between the standard flange and reverse flange high tops is? I'm looking to put a high top on my E-150 but have no idea what the difference is between the two. Ideally I want to get it professionally installed, but I'm having trouble finding anyone who does that in the northeast.
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Dunno but http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/show...?tid=28538
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Don't have an answer for the flange question but for an install shop there is a good recommendation in a previous post just a few days back:

http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/show...?tid=28538

Fiberine Tops... http://www.fiberine.com/GVMR/Home.html

TCI Mobility... http://www.tcimobility.net/

Edit:
In my best Maxwell Smart....'beat me by THIS much'!
I'm taking care of my procrastination issues;
Just you wait and see.
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(12-27-2017, 02:17 PM)blackmajik2049 Wrote: Can anyone explain what the difference is between the standard flange and reverse flange high tops is? I'm looking to put a high top on my E-150 but have no idea what the difference is between the two. Ideally I want to get it professionally installed, but I'm having trouble finding anyone who does that in the northeast.

The top I bought from Fiberine is reverse flange, which according to TCI, is the best top to buy. I am not 100% sure, but I think it means that the bolts/screws that attach the top to the roof are inside the van and thus not exposed to the weather (no rusting). The standard flange top has the bolts/screws on the outside of the top. If you get a standard top, make sure the screws/bolts are stainless steel.
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