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Old 06-23-2013, 12:47 PM   #1
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Soft top questions

Hey guys,

Just enjoying my first full weekend with my new 2013 JKU. I have two questions regarding the soft top:

1. When the top is in sunrider mode, should I undo and tie up the rear corner sails? I keep the rear and side windows out but notice the corner sails flap a lot when driving. Are they going to stretch over time and become to loose?

2. For those of you who live in climates with a lot of rain or short summers: do you usually keep all the windows out and just put the full top on at night? I feel like I could keep the rear and side windows out all summer and if some rain got in the rear cargo then no biggie? Seems like a waste to put all the windows back in just for an overnight shower. I had a friend who literally took them off in May and stored them rolled until September. Thoughts?

Thanks all.
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