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Old 04-30-2013, 07:45 AM
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Freedom Top Storage Bag

Just picked up a 2012 JKU Sport S Dozer - Awesome. Unfortunately, no storage bag for the freedom tops. Took them off once and already have some marks from where the white rubbed on the black. Anyone have a bag they want to get rid of? Or, any comments on the Rampage bag vs. the MOPAR bag? I have the Infininity Subwoofer, and I've seen some comments that the Rampage bag has to squeezed in the back around it.

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Old 04-30-2013, 07:51 AM   #2
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I'd be back at the dealer asking for it. It should have come with the vehicle. Congrats on the new ride and good luck with it.

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Just picked up a 2012 JKU Sport S Dozer - Awesome. Unfortunately, no storage bag for the freedom tops. Took them off once and already have some marks from where the white rubbed on the black. Anyone have a bag they want to get rid of? Or, any comments on the Rampage bag vs. the MOPAR bag? I have the Infininity Subwoofer, and I've seen some comments that the Rampage bag has to squeezed in the back around it.

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I have a bag but all I use it for is to put between the two panels when I lay them in the back. Honestly its a real pain to get the tops in and out of the bag and if you hook it to the back of the seat its even harder than normal to see out the back window. If i were you I would just keep an old blanket in the back and put that between the two pieces.
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I have a bag but all I use it for is to put between the two panels when I lay them in the back. Honestly its a real pain to get the tops in and out of the bag and if you hook it to the back of the seat its even harder than normal to see out the back window. If i were you I would just keep an old blanket in the back and put that between the two pieces.
I totally agree , when I got my jeep it didn't come with a bag and I bought one through Ebay. It took me more time to put the panels in the bag than it took to remove the top from the Jeep. Now I simply use a blanket that I wrap them in.
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I have an extra one. I'm in S. Calif. $20 + s/h and its yours. On second thought, freeeeee; just pay for shipping.
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foxsat71, that would be awesome. I'd be happy to pay shipping. I'll PM you with my address and we can make arrangements. I really appreciate it!!!
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I see you are getting the Mopar bag but for any interested the Rampage bag is very nice. It's padded on the outside and has flaps on the inside along with more foam to protect the tops.

It zips shut and also has snaps to secure it.
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I have the same bag

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I see you are getting the Mopar bag but for any interested the Rampage bag is very nice. It's padded on the outside and has flaps on the inside along with more foam to protect the tops.

It zips shut and also has snaps to secure it.
I have the same bag. I like how it is padded. Works fine.
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I would definitely talk to the dealership about it.
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Folks with the stock subwoofer on a JKU - does the rampage bag with freedom tops in, fit in the JKU trunk area?

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Folks with the stock subwoofer on a JKU - does the rampage bag with freedom tops in, fit in the JKU trunk area?
You're supposed to strap it to the rear seatbacks. Leaves the trunk floor free for cargo.
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You're supposed to strap it to the rear seatbacks. Leaves the trunk floor free for cargo.
Problem with that for me is it blocks the rear view (even more than it is).

I have the MOPAR factory bag, but it is such a PIA to use.

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