I have done similar fiberglass repairs on hard bed covers for trucks, and it's not something I would do for fun. hah.Agreed, I was thinking about fixing it just because I thought it would be a fun little project to do. I have all the stuff to repair it just not the skill
I’d think you could even get a decent shop to do a body color match on the one on your Jeep for those $$.Also, have you considered fixing the new one up so it's not just "meh"? What don't you like about the new one? Might cost a lot less to make the new one look perfect. Go to a body shop and ask them what they can do about the new one you have.
You've already made $2400, and you got enough money back to make it perfect if you had wanted to. I'm not sure what there is to be mad about.I cannot express how mad I am about this whole situation. I finally have a hardtop and I break it just after a year.
The new top is OK. It has a liner in it which is nice, but it's not in as good condition as I was hoping. Either way, I got $4000 from the insurance and the new top cost me $1600. So I still made out. If I can get rid of this thing for any amount of money I'd be super happy (working on buying a house)!
I'd prefer to fix it and use the back window from the new one in my broken top or put a new back window in it, but I can't seem to find back windows.
info on this place please
Or keep it for the inevitable premium increase. This is considered an "at fault accident"I would take the extra $2,400 and get a Bestop Trektop Ultra.