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    Default Ground Zero canopies reviews

    Hi everyone,

    Iím currently looking at a Ground Zero Premium canopy for my Toyota Hilux.
    Has anyone got any reviews/feedback on these canopies?

    Thanks in advance

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    I have one on my Ranger. Had it on for about 18 months now. When I put it on it was the cheapest new canopy I could find. Did a bit of research and all looked in order.


    Life with it has been great, did have a few small issues, small leak in the front corner but easily solved and the roof rack makes an horrendous noise once you reach 120km/h, they weren't overly exited about helping me sort it. Did promise me an additional bracket to help with the wind vibration but I am still waiting. Knew it would never be sent as the promise was made but nobody was interested in getting my address to courier it to. Just use the roofrack when absolutely nececcarry now. But roofrack itself is really well made

    Other than that an awesome canopy, not as flashy as an RSI, but strong sturdy and as good if not better than anything else available. Will definitely consider one for my next vehicle.
    2016 Ford Ranger 3.2 Wildtrak
    2013 Ford Ranger 3.2 XLT
    2012 Jeep Rubicon (Sold)
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    I have on the Isuzu as well did it last year November. Also small leak on the front but they are busy sorting it out. My first canopy so not anything else to compare it with but I am happy works well for the amount of money spent.
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    I have just ordered one for my Ranger. (Mid Range) I got the weekend package as well.

    i will report once completing my namib trip with the canopy..

    I must say it the best combo price i could find on any local canopy (and that includes shipping to the Cape)

    Their website is professional and their fb page has tons of installed canopies on show. This at least gives me the confidence that their product will be professional as well, but time will tell.
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    Default Re: Ground Zero canopies reviews

    only good things to say about them, im on my second one now (first bakkie stolen) i have the roof rack fitted and dont have a problem with wind noise on the Ranger

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    Default Re: Ground Zero canopies reviews

    I can concur with the above statements, had mine for around 9 months, transferred from SWAMBO's Hilux to mine. I bought the top-of-the-range one and it is both great quality and price, ~ R6k less than what I would have paid for a similar canopy from their competitors.

    What I also like a lot is the flat roof, which allowed me to mount my 150W solar panel without any issues. I've used sliding door locks as a semi-permanent mounting option, not elegant but functional. Wherever we camp without 220V I can park the Hilux in the shade and move the panel in the sun.

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