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Old 07-18-2012, 12:42 PM   #1
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soft top frame/hardware

So, got a wrangler, came with a softop. love it, it's great.
BUT IT'S TOO HOT. weather is going to be in the high 90's-low 100's for the next week or so, and if it's not hot, it's going to be storming (like it is right now.)
so naturally, I don't want to take the hard top off, to have to put it back on after just one day.
Ideally, I want to keep the hard top for the winter, and a soft top for the summer. I have found a lot of softops on CL already, but none of them have the hardware/frame with them.
My budgets tight, i pretty much used all of it buying this jeep. is there any where I might be able to get the hardware for cheap? I'm heading down to a junk yard once this storm stops.

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Old 07-18-2012, 01:37 PM   #2
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I just installed a Rampage frameless top, so I no longer need my hardware. I will let it go cheap to you if you want it. Make me a reasonable offer, and its yours. You will just have to purchase a new tailgate bar for about $15, sine I reused my old one with the frameless top...

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Old 07-18-2012, 01:45 PM   #3
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Ill sell you a like new (used for 2 months, 100% perfect condition) black soft top with all the hardware for $400. The hardware is the original hardware, but the top I bought 2 months ago for $400. So you basically get the hardware for free... I'm in the DC area. I bought the new soft top before I realized I would rather just spend more money and have a frameless...
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Please post a link for the frameless top. I am working on an 89 YJ and this sounds like something I'd be interested in. I too do not like the idea of a frame. What is the cost for the top as well?
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Please post a link for the frameless top. I am working on an 89 YJ and this sounds like something I'd be interested in. I too do not like the idea of a frame. What is the cost for the top as well?
You have to swap out your roll bar to the family style to do it...

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