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Old 06-02-2011, 01:04 AM
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Securing soft uppers+windows when soft top is down?

Anyone have any ideas for secure storage for the soft door uppers and windows in my jeep when I have the soft top down? I like to cruise with the soft top down, but need to take along the windows and soft door uppers in case the weather changes to rain or if it turns into a cool evening. Anyone have any ideas for storing them other than tossing everything under the rear seat where it can easily be stolen by someone walking by when I leave my jeep unattended?
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Always wondered this myself. Only thing I came up with is unzipping soft upper windows and running a cable lock through them to the deck of the jeep. As far as the rear windows? Good question.

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Sometimes you just have to risk something.... door uppers or getting wet. Or just keep it buttoned up.... The rear windows you can lock in an add a trunk, but the uppers just don't fit anywhere to take along securely.

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Old 06-02-2011, 09:50 AM   #4
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They really aren't a stealable item. If they fit under the seat no one's going to look for them. Mine don't. When they are off, they are home. If it rains I get wet.
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i used to put mine under the rear seat, then cover with a blanket. now that i've yanked the rear seat, i just lay them in the back and cover with a blanket. if someone wants them that bad, they can easily just steal them OFF your jeep anyway. it's the risk you have to take with a jeep. this is why i encourage EVERY jeep owner to keep a $0 comp deductible on their jeeps.
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