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Old 07-10-2011, 11:44 AM   #1
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JKU Freedom Top Panels..Fit Inside?

Hey guys, my first JKU is on order and I wanted to know if the two front panels fit inside the truck (even with rear seats folded down) of if I'm going to have to buy one of those hideous Jeep-brand spare-tire mounted top-holders... Thanks!

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Old 07-10-2011, 11:48 AM   #2
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I have a 2 door and the tops fit in a bag behind the rear seat while the seat is up or down. The bag that they come with clips to bottom rear side of seat and has straps to go over the head rest to keep them from banging on the window.

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I have a '11 jku and the tops fit perfectly in the back floor with the rear seats up. I dont bother putting them in the bags. i just put the bag in between them to keep them from getting scratched. The down side is you cant really carry anything else. They take up all the room. If you put them in the bag then it has a strap to keep them up against the back of the rear seats so you still have cargo room.
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I have a 2 door and the tops fit in a bag behind the rear seat while the seat is up or down. The bag that they come with clips to bottom rear side of seat and has straps to go over the head rest to keep them from banging on the window.
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Old 07-10-2011, 01:31 PM   #5
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Sweet! Thanks guys.
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No pics of the tops in the bag. Been over 100 here and resorting to A/C for the past month. I haven't done just freedom tops off in about 6 months. It's a bit louder and while I'm at it I just take the whole top off with my hoist. Is great if you are on a road trip and suddenly the weather turns perfect, about ten minutes you are good to go. May not have been specific enough, but you can have the bag attached to the seat when up, folded down if you unhook the bottom clips to avoid tearing bag or breaking clips, but not forward against front seats.(then you could just lay them down in back)
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hell they'll fit in the front seat, backseat, or the cargo area, no problem.

of course, mine aren't painted and I don't care about scratches..
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I have a 2 door and the tops fit in a bag behind the rear seat while the seat is up or down. The bag that they come with clips to bottom rear side of seat and has straps to go over the head rest to keep them from banging on the window.
Same with my JKU. If I'm not carrying any cargo, I just lay them in the back.

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