Are there any known issues with removing the two freedom panels and driving at highway speeds? Just curious if this will damage the rest of the hard top because I would think it would act like a parachute.
It's a bigger issue with the soft top, which can be halfway folded back in the "sunrider" postion. In that case, Jeep recommends the rear window be removed or at least partially unzipped. With the hard top however, I've never heard of it being any kind of a problem.
2010 JKU "Mountain" Edition
TeraFlex 2.5" Coil Lift : Old Man Emu Nitrocharger Shocks : 33x12.5R15 Goodyear DuraTracs : 15x8 Black Rock 909s : Other Stuff . . .
I've driven hundreds of miles with the front panels removed and the back part still on. No problems.
get in--buckle up--hang on
"soothing agricultural implement/personal servant/Walter Mitty multidimensional access utility device conveniently travels on pavement when necessary and often keeps me warm/cool/dry/soothed as needed."
Me too, in fact I take only the drivers side off if I'm in a rush and run 1/2 open. Works great. I drive ALL THE TIME with just two off,,,,,zero issues, in fact the dog loves it as he rides in the back..
'11 Sahara Tan Sport "S" H/T 6spd
Fantastic! No good place to put the hard top yet, but tomorrow in the low 60s for the ride to work, first time I'll be taking my front panels off! Yay! Baby steps...
2012 Sport S 2D, Silver, Hardtop, Manual, Tow, 3.73, Infinity, Air Bags, Power Convenience
Heated Seats, Side Steps, Hood Lock, Gas Cap Lock, Fuel Door
Ordered 6/27/11, D1 6/29/11, Built 7/22/11, Delivered 8/19/11.
Hummer Kills: 6