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Old 01-01-2012, 09:31 AM   #1
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off road heros top

Anyone have any recent 2011 experience with this company. Top looks realy great but sounds like customer service and getting it is the challenge. Most reviews I have seen were summer 2010.


Also anyone have it for several years how do you like it and how does it hold up.

New info hard to find. Old info can go either way.

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Can't say anything about the new version of the ORH top, since mine is a previous 2008 version for my JKU. I only use it in the summer (3 total so far). The versatility is unmatched on the market, being able to use it as a safari top and full top. The safari top quickly rolls up and your topless. The new Bestop Trektop NX is close, but I'm not sure how easy it is to remove / store the safari top piece (with all the sunrider framework) to go topless. The down side, with my version anyway, is that the windows are sewn onto the fabric unlike a OEM top which are welded / sealed on. Therefore, after three summers, they leak at the seams when it rains. Hopefully I can seal the threaded seams and fix this problem.
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I've been meaning to put up a review on it, so this is as good a time as any.
It did take Tim a couple of months to get the top to me initially, but I had ordered it just as he was starting a new run. The guy builds these by hand on his own, and does it VERY well so I didn't mind being patient. Also the international shipping from Canada slows things down.
With the first delivery the front half arrived with a small hole (probably from rough handling), which I fixed myself, and told Tim about it, he sent me out a replacement very quickly, and I received it in less than a week.

I got the slant back, love the versatility of it, I can use it as a bikini, half bikini, full top, even a sunrider-esq when I want to leave the back on.
It was well worth the wait, he does amazing work. The top is very well designed, and tight as a drum, none of the sagging and flapping of the factory top. The look is amazing, very snug and fits well to the frame. The windows are great, my vision is just as good out the back as it was with the factory top.

Lessons Learned in the first few weeks.
I will suggest when you put it on, do it either in a heated garage or on a warm sunny day. I got eager and did it at night, the top is so closely measured that it took a bit of tugging and stretching, as like any other soft top it works better when it's warm out.
About two days after I installed it we had a heck of a rain storm. There were a few leaks that I never had with the factory top (from what I read, leaking at the top of the door is pretty common), but I tightened a few things down, and it hasn't happened since.
I have a Tuffy security deck installed, and it does create a bit of a gap at the back window bar that I can see light from when I look closely, but no noise and water doesn't get in.

Over all I'm quite happy with this top, love the look, versatility, and the quality of construction. Tim's work is top notch and worth the wait. If you are patient and don't mind working with a small business owner rather than a big company I would definitely recommend ORH tops.
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Lessons Learned in the first few weeks.
I will suggest when you put it on, do it either in a heated garage or on a warm sunny day. I got eager and did it at night, the top is so closely measured that it took a bit of tugging and stretching, as like any other soft top it works better when it's warm out.
About two days after I installed it we had a heck of a rain storm. There were a few leaks that I never had with the factory top (from what I read, leaking at the top of the door is pretty common), but I tightened a few things down, and it hasn't happened since.
I have a Tuffy security deck installed, and it does create a bit of a gap at the back window bar that I can see light from when I look closely, but no noise and water doesn't get in.

Over all I'm quite happy with this top, love the look, versatility, and the quality of construction. Tim's work is top notch and worth the wait. If you are patient and don't mind working with a small business owner rather than a big company I would definitely recommend ORH tops.
Thanks for the tips...especially the warm garage part (I live in WI, supposed to be –15F here tomorrow w/the wind chill). I've got a Tuffy security deck, as well, so the info about the back window bar will come in handy, too.

Tim's been great to work with. I ordered my slant back a couple months ago, and have talked to him on the phone a couple times. Last week he left a message saying he'd be shipping mine out as soon as the frames got back from the powdercoaters.

It does take some patience, dealing with him. But I don't mind. All the research I did convince me that he makes the best tops on the market, bar none. Yes, I did run across threads about dissatisfied customers, and I know ORH has essentially been banned on one Jeep forum...But after talking with him I was satisfied that he could deliver what I was looking for, although he's not gonna break any speed records.

He's really excited about this version of his tops; apparently, some of the earlier problems he had with them have been solved.

As spn.usmc said, if you lack patience, you might wanna look elsewhere. Tim does not fire off e-mails detailing every step of your top's progress. Most likely he won't even call you on the phone; I called him several times just to talk about general stuff before he ever called me and said anything regarding my top.

I'm psyched about mine getting here. Should be sometime in the next couple weeks. Once I get it on I'll chime in here again and let y'all know what I think.
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Thanks for the tips...especially the warm garage part (I live in WI, supposed to be –15F here tomorrow w/the wind chill). I've got a Tuffy security deck, as well, so the info about the back window bar will come in handy, too.

Tim's been great to work with. I ordered my slant back a couple months ago, and have talked to him on the phone a couple times. Last week he left a message saying he'd be shipping mine out as soon as the frames got back from the powdercoaters.

It does take some patience, dealing with him. But I don't mind. All the research I did convince me that he makes the best tops on the market, bar none. Yes, I did run across threads about dissatisfied customers, and I know ORH has essentially been banned on one Jeep forum...But after talking with him I was satisfied that he could deliver what I was looking for, although he's not gonna break any speed records.

He's really excited about this version of his tops; apparently, some of the earlier problems he had with them have been solved.

As spn.usmc said, if you lack patience, you might wanna look elsewhere. Tim does not fire off e-mails detailing every step of your top's progress. Most likely he won't even call you on the phone; I called him several times just to talk about general stuff before he ever called me and said anything regarding my top.

I'm psyched about mine getting here. Should be sometime in the next couple weeks. Once I get it on I'll chime in here again and let y'all know what I think.
Why would somebody risk it?

I have never heard of this maker.
What is so special about this top?

I went to the site. No pics or anything-very basic
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Why would somebody risk it?

I have never heard of this maker.
What is so special about this top?

I went to the site. No pics or anything-very basic
No pics? Hang on, lemme check the link...had a ton of pics when I was there.

Okay...he must be re-doing his site to update the prices (which are going up, I believe, according to my last conversation with him). Usually has several different types of tops on there.

Here's a link with pictures to the version of his top I ordered. No frame to mess with. Mounts with it's own door surrounds, etc, and can be configured virtually any way you want it.

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No pics? Hang on, lemme check the link...had a ton of pics when I was there.

Okay...he must be re-doing his site to update the prices (which are going up, I believe, according to my last conversation with him). Usually has several different types of tops on there.

Here's a link with pictures to the version of his top I ordered. No frame to mess with. Mounts with it's own door surrounds, etc, and can be configured virtually any way you want it.

OFFROAD HEROS - JK UNLIMITED FASTBACK TOP
Looks like he should call it the "YTP" top

But... Looks like he's big on the 4 door model, that is all I see looking around.
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Looks like he should call it the "YTP" top

But... Looks like he's big on the 4 door model, that is all I see looking around.
He's got several different versions of tops for both 4- and 2-doors. He's apparently re-doing his website, which he said he was gonna do.
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Tim and his company Off Road Heroes is a one-man show.
He manufactures his tops out of his residence after he shut down his shop a few years back.
His quality is truly second to none but his ability to produce quantity and maintain inventory has always plagued him. In a recent discussion I had with him he seemed intent on trying to stay ahead of the game by concentrating more on manufacturing tops rather than always getting sidetracked improving his designs or chasing a recent dream of producing a 2 door version.
If you are not in a hurry and understand the limitations of a one-man-show then you won't be disappointed !
If you want something quick, along with 1-800 style of customer service, then I'd suggest sticking with one of the large, off-shore manufacturers.
I have one of his tops and will continue to give him my business.
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I've been meaning to put up a review on it, so this is as good a time as any.
It did take Tim a couple of months to get the top to me initially, but I had ordered it just as he was starting a new run. The guy builds these by hand on his own, and does it VERY well so I didn't mind being patient. Also the international shipping from Canada slows things down.
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Over all I'm quite happy with this top, love the look, versatility, and the quality of construction. Tim's work is top notch and worth the wait. If you are patient and don't mind working with a small business owner rather than a big company I would definitely recommend ORH tops.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^ This.

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Gonna add this to my wish list.
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I want to bump this thread back up. Im looking to get a top in before the nice weather starts up and the ORH is on the top of my list so far. How is the wind noise at speed with this top? Better or similar to the OEM soft top? Im not expecting it to be as quiet as the hard top
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I want to bump this thread back up. Im looking to get a top in before the nice weather starts up and the ORH is on the top of my list so far. How is the wind noise at speed with this top? Better or similar to the OEM soft top? Im not expecting it to be as quiet as the hard top
Too late for the ORH, most likely. Tim builds each top by hand, and usually works alone. And as it gets closer to spring, more people order.

One of the reasons there are complaints about turnaround times for his tops. In winter nobody thinks about em; in summer he gets buried with orders.

I ordered mine in November and got it in January.
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Ordered mine 2/9 expect it late April but if it takes longer no worries. I have read a lot of posts on ORH and if you order from Tim you should not be surprised that it takes a longer than expected to get the top. Having said that I have yet to read a post where someone didn't like the top once they did recieve it.
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Too late for the ORH, most likely. Tim builds each top by hand, and usually works alone. And as it gets closer to spring, more people order.

One of the reasons there are complaints about turnaround times for his tops. In winter nobody thinks about em; in summer he gets buried with orders.

I ordered mine in November and got it in January.

yeah, I know all about Tim and his process. If I get it, then I get it. If not, Ill just roll with the hard top this summer and take it off as needed. Id rather have a better top (ORH) than better customer support (BT).
The wife has been on me about ordering a top. "When are you getting your soft top?", she cries. Easy, toots. I need to save some money first!
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Got my multi top from ORH. Got the Cargo version installed, (super tight) but the front section of the top flaps unbelievably bad above 40mph...

Anyone who has ordered knows how bad the instructions are. What can I do to reduce the flapping noise of the roof? Any install tips much appreciated! Thanks.
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I cracked the rear windows and it seemed to help a lot. Mine only flaps if the windows in front are down. No flapping if all windows or no windows are down. I had 0 flapping on the highway with all windows up
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Got my multi top from ORH. Got the Cargo version installed, (super tight) but the front section of the top flaps unbelievably bad above 40mph...

Anyone who has ordered knows how bad the instructions are. What can I do to reduce the flapping noise of the roof? Any install tips much appreciated! Thanks.
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Make sure the front is tightened all the way. I had a slight flap with the rear section that covers the passenger, just had to tighten the straps in the back and it stopped
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I repositioned the top on the velcro that is attached to the header bar. This moved the seam edging father forward and down. Retightened the header bar...And no more flapping. Fixed. Thanks Y'all!
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Are ORH tops that much better worth the extra 200 instead of the tread top from bestop?
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Are ORH tops that much better worth the extra 200 instead of the tread top from bestop?
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Anybody have a recent experience with ORH top ordering?
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Anybody have a recent experience with ORH top ordering?
I ordered mine on 12/18 and he just called me for my tracking number. Can't wait til Spring!!!
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Ordered mine about a year ago took about 6-8 weeks just as I was advised. No issues.
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I got my 2013 JKUR in November and since I live in Wisconsin the hard top is all I know to this point. The factory soft top is all set for spring but I am really liking the look of this top. In addition the quality and durability sound top notch. That being said I'm tempted to place an order and leave the soft top in storage for what will most likely be forever. It just seems like I'm wasting a bit of money. Totally torn here.
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I got my 2013 JKUR in November and since I live in Wisconsin the hard top is all I know to this point. The factory soft top is all set for spring but I am really liking the look of this top. In addition the quality and durability sound top notch. That being said I'm tempted to place an order and leave the soft top in storage for what will most likely be forever. It just seems like I'm wasting a bit of money. Totally torn here.
My factory soft top's been in storage since I got my ORH top, and I don't have a hard top at all. I run the ORH top year-round. Having a garage helps...

If something happened to my ORH top (moron w/a knife, etc), I'd buy another one before I'd go back to the factory version.
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I got my 2013 JKUR in November and since I live in Wisconsin the hard top is all I know to this point. The factory soft top is all set for spring but I am really liking the look of this top. In addition the quality and durability sound top notch. That being said I'm tempted to place an order and leave the soft top in storage for what will most likely be forever. It just seems like I'm wasting a bit of money. Totally torn here.
Just sell it to recoup some of the cost for your ORH top. People are always looking to buy the factory top. Why would you need to have two soft tops?

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