08-29-2008, 11:26 AM
Looking for anyone's suggestions for a canopy top for an 05 620 w/full windshiled. I spend a lot of time late fall on the water and with a canopy my buddies and girlfriend would complain less in snowy wet conditions. I know Ranger makes a top with side curtains.Anyone have one? Anyone have a custom one made through Ranger or elsewhere? Anywhere in the north eastern part of WI to have one made? I want it tall enough to stand under and be able to access the front deck through the walk thru.
I just had a full canopy top set with side and rear curtains made this spring for my 1750 Reata. Lohaus Covers in Cottage Grove, Wi made it. He did an awsome job, TOP QUALITY. Just tell him how you want it built and he can probably get it done for you.
09-04-2008, 08:55 PM
I have the full factory top set for my '06 620. Of course it's well made and fits well but others have said they don't like them because they're so 'tall.' If you're looking for a top that's a decent price and you can stand and walk around without hunching over then it's a great choice. I have a wife and 4 month old so it made a lot of sense for us. Side, front, and rear curtains are removable and you can use the top as a bimini if you'd like as well. But, it is very tall and not exactly streamline for when you're buzzing along!
09-07-2008, 02:16 AM
I have full top set with front, sides and rear curtain ordered from Ranger for my 1850 Reata. Don't know if it fits yours or not, but it's for sale.
09-11-2008, 07:21 AM
For those that have the Ranger factory canopy top, are the poles and supports stainless steel? Is this set-up sturdy enough to get up on plane with? I've contacted about 6 places now that do custom canopy/bimini tops and only 2 said theirs was sturdy enough to get on plane. Both were SS frames. Haven't been to my dealership to check out the Ranger factory one yet. Now I don't need to be gettin along at 50mph+ but Id like to be able to get up to cruising speed ~30-40mph.... Thanks!
09-13-2008, 11:50 AM
I don't know if they're stainless steel as I'm not near my 620 at this moment but I will say that I have zipped along at 50+ mph on a windy day with the factory canopy up and no problems.