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Old 12-12-2019, 01:47 PM   #21
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Hello folks,
Im from Germany and driving an E350 RB from 2010.
I m thinking about a CCV-Poptop as well. Is there anybody with a middle poptop and can tell about the experience regarding space?. Although there is plenty of space in the high poptop I like the plane design of the medium Poptop specially on the RB.
Its a hard decision as I have to pay 29% tax on top shipping it over to Germany.
Have you considered shipping your van to the US, taking a long vacation and having a CCV poptop installed while you're visiting the States, and then shipping your modified van back home?




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Old 12-12-2019, 02:50 PM   #22
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Looks great! Love those guys. I love to have backups of everything because I'm a spaz. But id grab yourself (an extra) square fuse for the winch. The good thing is that there are two individual fuses. One for each direction. Therefore if you stress one out and it blows, you can pull the other and use it. I'd wager you won't have fuse issues unless you go against recommendations and have a ton of stuff on the roof racks as I may or may not have had....; l

Yea, Matt pointed that out and even gave me an extra fuse and a couple of the spring nuts for the roof rails.
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Old 12-12-2019, 02:55 PM   #23
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[QUOTE=BroncoHauler;264700]Have you considered shipping your van to the US, taking a long vacation and having a CCV poptop installed while you're visiting the States, and then shipping your modified van back home?

Yes of course. That is a nice option. But I dont have the time until 2022.
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Old 12-12-2019, 03:02 PM   #24
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What did it cost you, if you dont mind me asking?

It's gonna vary... There are a handful of options that you can add which will obviously raise the price. I chose several of those options and am super happy with that decision. For us, it was well worth the investment.

Check out their web-site and give them a call. They are very easy to work with and were happy to discuss the various options. I asked a million "What If" & "What About" questions, and even changed my mind a couple of times before making a final decision and putting down the deposit. Quotes are free
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There is nobody with a CCV-Poptop for E350 in medium height?
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Old 12-15-2019, 11:33 AM   #26
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There is nobody with a CCV-Poptop for E350 in medium height?
Yes there are & maybe theyll chime in... Ray aka 1der has a mid top. The only difference between a mid top & a high top is 3, yes 3. The mid is a 14 top from the gutter line & a high top is 17. Everything else remains the same... bed is same size 50x80. Email me at the shop - mark at Coloradocampervan dot com & Ill answer any questions you have... I have two CCV vans one a fixed high top & the other is getting our high roof pop top. Im short 57 and want to be able to stand in the van when the top is down. I can achieve this with a high to but not a mid top.
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Old 12-15-2019, 11:45 AM   #27
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There is nobody with a CCV-Poptop for E350 in medium height?
I have a mid-height and am happy to answer questions about my experience. But it looks like Mark can get you faster answers as to dimensions, etc.

Its a great top and I couldnt be happier with it.
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