Bronco Hoist-A-Top 101: Hoisting Your Car’s Hardtop At Home on Your Own

Do you enjoy driving around in your vehicle while soaking in the sun during summer? If this is the case, you should seriously consider purchasing a reliable Bronco Hoist-A-Top.

A Bronco Top Hoist allows you to remove your truck’s hardtop without straining your back muscles. It also enables you to store the hardtop in the garage without taking up any of the floor space.

However, since we do not always have someone to help us, we sometimes worry if we can hoist our truck on our own. Thus, in this post, we will demonstrate how to utilize a Lange Originals’ Bronco Hoist-A-Top tool without the assistance of a friend or family member.

Hoisting Your Bronco’s Hardtop At Home

Before you start unscrewing anything, make sure your car is directly beneath the Bronco Hoist-A-Top. Once your Ford Bronco is in the correct position, start unscrewing all of the bolts and nuts.

The hardtop is then attached to the Bronco Top Hoist. You may do this by carefully putting the hook into the space between the roll-bar and hardtop.

Then, carefully lift the hardtop and check that all of the hooks are firmly connected. If any of the hooks wiggles excessively, it means they are not firmly connected.

When you are certain that every element of the Bronco’s hardtop is securely attached to the Hoist-A-Top, cautiously pull your vehicle forward and start driving!


As you can see, the Lange Originals tool is quite straightforward to use. This is another manually operated Bronco Top Hoist that is popular among customers and is modestly priced. However, this should not mean that you may use the Bronco Hoist-A-Top carelessly.

For example, attempting to lift the hardtop from the side rather than the bottom when connecting the hooks. This is to keep the Bronco Top Hoist from squeezing your finger if one of the hooks fails.