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Old 02-15-2012, 09:53 PM   #31
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Do not know of which you speak. The dealer set everything up for me. But at least I know now! That's why I love it here!
Oh that dealer set it up for you nicely. Seriously, if a person doesn't know the answer why do they feel compelled to make up some BS?

I would hope that if there is a problem this spring you can take it up with the knowledgable sales person!
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Oh that dealer set it up for you nicely. Seriously, if a person doesn't know the answer why do they feel compelled to make up some BS?

I would hope that if there is a problem this spring you can take it up with the knowledgable sales person!
She got the correct answer, she was being sarcastic in regard to the sales person.

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Wait, what? I'm confused at what correct answer she got from the sales person... to leave both tops on at the same time?
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One other point about getting the hardtop and then an aftermarket soft top, they come in different colors. I have a cherry red rubicon 2dr on order with the dual top option. I recently saw a picture of the same rig with a tan soft top on the Bestop site and it looks fantastic! Now I'm wondering how much I can get for a stock brand new soft top. I bet it would look great with the black forest green too. Something else to think about.
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Wait, what? I'm confused at what correct answer she got from the sales person... to leave both tops on at the same time?
She got the correct answer from me, only one top on at a time. She got the wrong information from the sales person.
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Oh that dealer set it up for you nicely. Seriously, if a person doesn't know the answer why do they feel compelled to make up some BS?

I would hope that if there is a problem this spring you can take it up with the knowledgable sales person!
I will be bringing my jeep to another dealer. That was just one of many things the dealer said or did.
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She got the correct answer from me, only one top on at a time. She got the wrong information from the sales person.
Now I totally understand! Daggo66 to the rescuer once again... thanks
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I wish I would have gotten both. I went with just the soft top base model, thinking I'd find a cheap hard top later (my buddy owns a junk yard, thought I'd get one off one that rolled in there). It would stay in the garage all summer, that's for sure, but I wish I had the hard top during the winter. Just for noise control, holds in heat better, easier to clean etc. I'm still hoping to find a hard top some time. Sooo if anyone has one for the 2011 unlimited, let me know

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