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Just bought a 76 K5 Blazer Cheyenne from a guy. He informed me that he has never taken the top off of it because once you do, it never seals right again.


Just wondering if anyone has experience issues when removing the top?




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Only had to replace gasket on 1 of 3 Blazers I owned. Tops would be off every time it was nice. Easy to replace gasket. Probably did more damage to gasket by taking off and on so much. I would think yours is probably dry rotted, buy a replacement and have it on hand for end of season. Really nice looking Blazer, guess Alaska doesn't salt roads. Good luck with it. 

88 Blazer on 38s.jpg

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