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Old 10-07-2010, 06:56 PM   #1
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Help with Wrangler half-door window panel storage

I would greatly appreciate your suggestions. I just bought a 2011 Jeep Rubicon soft top with the half doors. I absolutely love the car and the freedom of being totally in the open air. One problem, though. When I remove the window panels from the half doors, they are bulky and don't store well, even between the back seat and the soft top when it's down. If I store them sideways, they stick up. Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to store them (other than leaving them home) when I put the top down? Thanks in advance to all of you experts out there.

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I would greatly appreciate your suggestions. I just bought a 2011 Jeep Rubicon soft top with the half doors. I absolutely love the car and the freedom of being totally in the open air. One problem, though. When I remove the window panels from the half doors, they are bulky and don't store well, even between the back seat and the soft top when it's down. If I store them sideways, they stick up. Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to store them (other than leaving them home) when I put the top down? Thanks in advance to all of you experts out there.
Get the Mopar Upper Door Storage Bag either from your dealer or online source. It attaches to the seat back - one upper goes in right side up and the other upside down to keep it thin. That's what I got for my unlimited and I cannot recommend it highly enough!!

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