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Old 04-22-2013, 06:44 AM   #121
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Mine was complete. However, I sold mine because I decided the wind noise was more than I wanted. While waiting for the top, I decided to move into an apt. with a garage. After taking a 300 mile trip yesterday, I'm glad I kept the hardtop. The ORH top would have been annoying for that long of a trip. I must be getting older because my soft top on my '06 Rubicon never bothered me.
You guys talking about not liking your ORH top is making my stomach hurt. Everything I had heard up until now was positive about the actual product…Just curious were you able to get your money back out of it or did you take a loss?

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You guys talking about not liking your ORH top is making my stomach hurt. Everything I had heard up until now was positive about the actual product…Just curious were you able to get your money back out of it or did you take a loss?
I think it was a very cool looking top with lots of configurations. I just didn't realize how easy it was to take the HT off and when I ordered it I didn't have a garage to store the HT. So once the ORH top showed up it needed to be the perfect top for me and it wasn't. However, I made money on my top because I got mine when it was on sale and the guy who bought it saved $200 and got the top he wanted with no wait time. Win/win for both of us.

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You guys talking about not liking your ORH top is making my stomach hurt. Everything I had heard up until now was positive about the actual product…Just curious were you able to get your money back out of it or did you take a loss?
I know I shouldn't be answering this because of the specific question you asked.

But, I knew what I was getting in to when I ordered mine. A good quality top but a long wait. A very unique top with only a one year warranty. But, I planned on holding on to my hard top because I knew this would be a top I would use in the spring and a good portion of the summer. I don't think that they don't like the top really. I think between the price and the excessive wait times (your told 6 weeks but for many it seems to be more than double that), the excitement just wares off. Not going to lie, I'm beginning to wonder if I should ask for my money back. But my thought isn't about quality of product (though I wonder if he really uses the same soft top material as jeep like he claims) anyways, when I order something I am given a time frame of when to expect it. 4-6 weeks is a long time and when you can't stick to your word your no longer trustworthy. When you can't take the time to pick the phone up and say "Mr. Xxxxx this is Tim, I wanted to give you an update on the status of your top. As you know I'm a one man operation and while I endeavor to stay on schedule, it's not always possible. I wanted
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Unfortunately when my jeep club asks how I like it, I'll give my opinion of the top, but if they ask "would you buy another?" The answer will likely be no because while the company makes a very cool unique product, but, it's poorly managed and doesn't communicate with its customers. Also the shipping is outrageous.
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I have no idea if its the same material as stock, but I do know my '06 Rubicon soft top was quieter for sure. I don't regret buying it and I don't regret selling it either.
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I have no idea if its the same material as stock, but I do know my '06 Rubicon soft top was quieter for sure. I don't regret buying it and I don't regret selling it either.
Wish I'd have know you were selling, I'd have bought yours instead of waiting.

On his website he says he uses the same high quality material as Chrysler.
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ORH top is by no means the perfect top. The tailgate bar sucks compared to an OEM soft top, it's loud, warranty work is limited to a one man company that could easily decide to quite making tops tomorrow. Replacement parts have to be custom made and it leaks like a siv during a heavy rain. Cargo area is cut in half for the fastback and even more so for the cargo top. Dropping the top, especially the fastback style, is a little more work than an OEM soft top. Customer service and shipping is slow. The company is a one man operation that can't seem to maintain a Paypal account or Internet access, despite running 99% of their business off the Internet. Their instructions are terrible, yet functional. The company's name is even misspelled (plural for hero is heroes, not heros) and their website's main page shows a pic of a 2 door JK even though they don't make tops for 2 door JKs. When using the cargo top, the rear seat belts don't auto retract.


However, it's a great looking top that gets lots of compliments. Provided you don't see thunderstorms on a daily bases like I do in the summer, it holds up to most rain. The cargo top does a great job of giving you roof off action, while still being able to keep light cargo from blowing around under the tonneau. It looks much better with the roof panels off then the OEM top does folded down. It's very versatile and the entire top can be completely stored on the Jeep. Considering its a one man operation, the craftsmanship is great and Tim (the owner) is actually a great guy to talk to with great pride in his product. The front panel stowed rolled up on top the windshield looks much better than the sunrider position on the OEM top. The cargo top has no competitors aside from the Bestop duster/windjammer/bikini combo which does not even attempt to be water tight. Since its pretty much custom made, it's probably the most unique mod you'll see on a Jeep. It takes a lot of time and a lot of money to get one, so you won't see 10 of them on your block like you would an AEV bumper or 35 in wheels.

The first week of running the cargo top got a lot of compliments from strangers. I even caught someone taking pictures of it in a parking lot. I have the multitop, but I'll be honest, I really don't like the fastback version. It looks too much like a Trektop which its too common around here, yet more expensive with all the cons that apply to a 1 man company. The Bestop fastback design looks more water tight as well and has the better tailgate bar. The ORH fastback is by far the noisiest top I own. The back window shook so bad my first trip on the interstate that I thought I forgot to clip down the tailgate bar. It looks ok, except I don't like how the windows sit lower than the door windows. The Trektop look like this as well. I think I'll still run the fastback from time to time because I already own it and its nice to mix it up every now and then, but if I had to do it again, I would only go with the ORH cargo top.
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Wish I'd have know you were selling, I'd have bought yours instead of waiting.

On his website he says he uses the same high quality material as Chrysler.
He does use the same material as the standard OEM soft top. As of the 2013 model year, Jeep has offered a "premium" soft top option that's much better material. It would be great if ORH started using this as an option.
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ORH top is by no means the perfect top. The tailgate bar sucks compared to an OEM soft top, it's loud, warranty work is limited to a one man company that could easily decide to quite making tops tomorrow. Replacement parts have to be custom made and it leaks like a siv during a heavy rain. Cargo area is cut in half for the fastback and even more so for the cargo top. Dropping the top, especially the fastback style, is a little more work than an OEM soft top. Customer service and shipping is slow. The company is a one man operation that can't seem to maintain a Paypal account or Internet access, despite running 99% of their business off the Internet. Their instructions are terrible, yet functional. The company's name is even misspelled (plural for hero is heroes, not heros) and their website's main page shows a pic of a 2 door JK even though they don't make tops for 2 door JKs. When using the cargo top, the rear seat belts don't auto retract.

However, it's a great looking top that gets lots of compliments. Provided you don't see thunderstorms on a daily bases like I do in the summer, it holds up to most rain. The cargo top does a great job of giving you roof off action, while still being able to keep light cargo from blowing around under the tonneau. It looks much better with the roof panels off then the OEM top does folded down. It's very versatile and the entire top can be completely stored on the Jeep. Considering its a one man operation, the craftsmanship is great and Tim (the owner) is actually a great guy to talk to with great pride in his product. The front panel stowed rolled up on top the windshield looks much better than the sunrider position on the OEM top. The cargo top has no competitors aside from the Bestop duster/windjammer/bikini combo which does not even attempt to be water tight. Since its pretty much custom made, it's probably the most unique mod you'll see on a Jeep. It takes a lot of time and a lot of money to get one, so you won't see 10 of them on your block like you would an AEV bumper or 35 in wheels.

The first week of running the cargo top got a lot of compliments from strangers. I even caught someone taking pictures of it in a parking lot. I have the multitop, but I'll be honest, I really don't like the fastback version. It looks too much like a Trektop which its too common around here, yet more expensive with all the cons that apply to a 1 man company. The Bestop fastback design looks more water tight as well and has the better tailgate bar. The ORH fastback is by far the noisiest top I own. The back window shook so bad my first trip on the interstate that I thought I forgot to clip down the tailgate bar. It looks ok, except I don't like how the windows sit lower than the door windows. The Trektop look like this as well. I think I'll still run the fastback from time to time because I already own it and its nice to mix it up every now and then, but if I had to do it again, I would only go with the ORH cargo top.
I really appreciate the feed back you have on the tops. I almost went with the multi top but had seen so many trek tops lately that I felt I could just go with the cargo top and save $450 and still be more unique. Besides even in the summer, when I go camping I'll still put my hard top on just for storage.
Speaking of camping. What areas are you finding leak on the cargo top and have you tried the spray sealant used for tents? Every year I go down all my seams just incase so if I'm camping and it starts raining then I likely don't have to worry. Just a thought, this could help. Curious for when my top finally gets here in a few more years
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He does use the same material as the standard OEM soft top. As of the 2013 model year, Jeep has offered a "premium" soft top option that's much better material. It would be great if ORH started using this as an option.
Premium? What's the difference or is this a marketing ploy to make a little more $$$
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Wish I'd have know you were selling, I'd have bought yours instead of waiting.

On his website he says he uses the same high quality material as Chrysler.
I sold it on Texas JK within 10 minutes of posting.
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I sold it on Texas JK within 10 minutes of posting.
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Premium? What's the difference or is this a marketing ploy to make a little more $$$
Premium tops are made of higher quality material that look more like something you'd see on a higher end convertible or boat. They have a darker look to them and look and feel more like fabric then vinyl. I can't confirm for sure, but I think they might be quieter than a standard top. Most soft top owners complain of the noise, but honestly I don't notice anymore noise on the premium top than I do on a lot of hardtop vehicles.
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I really appreciate the feed back you have on the tops. I almost went with the multi top but had seen so many trek tops lately that I felt I could just go with the cargo top and save $450 and still be more unique. Besides even in the summer, when I go camping I'll still put my hard top on just for storage.
Speaking of camping. What areas are you finding leak on the cargo top and have you tried the spray sealant used for tents? Every year I go down all my seams just incase so if I'm camping and it starts raining then I likely don't have to worry. Just a thought, this could help. Curious for when my top finally gets here in a few more years
Where it leaks is from the center channel. The seams and stitching are fine. The center channel is an open channel with no drainage angle to it. The front and rear panels clip into it which are non-water tight and stuff the channel with plastic that displaces rain water volume. During a heavy rain it flows over the front and back of the center channel into the Jeep which at first is soaked up by the rollbar covers till they saturate and start raining inside the Jeep. The drainage is designed to flow out to the sides but with all the material in the shallow channel, a heavy rain quickly floods the channel and it overflows over the front and back of the channel before it can reach the side openings. Living in the thunderstorm heavy Southeast, I probably see more heavy rain than most as most ORH owners seem to not have the issue, some even after years of use. It's important to remember that the top can withstand water pressure much better than it can water volume. So when someone test their top using a water hose, pressure washer, or even automatic car wash, the true test is in surviving a heavy rain for hours at a time. When summer thunderstorm season gets underway here, I'll probably switch back to my OEM top.
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Where it leaks is from the center channel. The seams and stitching are fine. The center channel is an open channel with no drainage angle to it. The front and rear panels clip into it which are non-water tight and stuff the channel with plastic that displaces rain water volume. During a heavy rain it flows over the front and back of the center channel into the Jeep which at first is soaked up by the rollbar covers till they saturate and start raining inside the Jeep. The drainage is designed to flow out to the sides but with all the material in the shallow channel, a heavy rain quickly floods the channel and it overflows over the front and back of the channel before it can reach the side openings. Living in the thunderstorm heavy Southeast, I probably see more heavy rain than most as most ORH owners seem to not have the issue, some even after years of use. It's important to remember that the top can withstand water pressure much better than it can water volume. So when someone test their top using a water hose, pressure washer, or even automatic car wash, the true test is in surviving a heavy rain for hours at a time. When summer thunderstorm season gets underway here, I'll probably switch back to my OEM top.
There has to be a way to remedy this issue. When I get mine I will look at it. If I come up with something I will post it.
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There has to be a way to remedy this issue. When I get mine I will look at it. If I come up with something I will post it.
The only thing I can think of aside from a complete redesign, is add the included spacers under the center channel, this will raise the center channel higher than the front and rear panels which won't look as flat, but will cause more water to drain away from rather than toward the center channel. I experimented with adding washers on just one side to create a drainage angle, which made the top look asymmetrical, but sent about 90% of the water to the one side of the Jeep. It still flooded a little on the one side, but much less so. Most people won't notice since they probably don't see as much rain in such a short amount of time. I haven't seen a lot of threads where people complain about leaks on this top. I do because I've both seen it first hand, and I know the design can't possibly prevent it under the right circumstances.
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The included spacer? I take this wasn't an item you chose to install? I was thinking of heating the bar and giving it a slight curve. Probably 1/4" at the center and make its way down. If the material had enough stretch then maybe 1/2" curvature.
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The included spacer? I take this wasn't an item you chose to install? I was thinking of heating the bar and giving it a slight curve. Probably 1/4" at the center and make its way down. If the material had enough stretch then maybe 1/2" curvature.
The spacers are included for the purpose of clearing your doors when they close. I guess it's possible to have your doors close right into your center channel with the tolerances of the ORH parts and the Jeep itself so Tim includes a couple plastic spacers to add clearance. However spacing the center channel too high makes it appear that you have a center bow on an otherwise bow-less roof which will lose the flat top look. I'd keep it as is and play with it on an as needed basis. You might not normally see the heavy rain that would require modifying the roof.
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I posted mine for sale.. Just for it decided I do not want a soft top.. If anyone is looking hit me up 214.683.2637. I have the multitop.. Also drove around with it for 2 days and I did not get any of the noise people have said they get.
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I bought mine at the begging of March hopping it would be in before Easter. I still haven't received it,but he assured me it is in the mail and on its way.
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I installed my ORH again a few days ago. Got my install time down to 2 hrs vs 7.5 hours for the first Install. I still love the look but damn that thing beyond loud. Drumming starts at about 35 mph followed by full on wind noise at highway speeds. I have radio up about 3/4 of the max volume. With the OEM premium top I usually keep the radio volume at about half that. Is the regular soft top really that bad where you don't notice a difference? I used to think the premium top was mostly for looks but apparently it cuts down on sound quite a bit.

I still love the top, but I'd never give up my OEM top for it.
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I bought mine at the begging of March hopping it would be in before Easter. I still haven't received it,but he assured me it is in the mail and on its way.
When did you talk to him? I ordered mine on March 4th and been waiting for the call to say its being shipped.
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Question guys...
Got my Cargo Top the other day, but I am playing hell getting the window/tonneau back part, stretched apart and on. Thoughts? Yes, sat in the sun...even stuck it in the dryer!
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Got my Cargo Top the other day, but I am playing hell getting the window/tonneau back part, stretched apart and on. Thoughts? Yes, sat in the sun...even stuck it in the dryer!
I always have a rough time with the tonneau. I put mine on when it was about 70 degrees out and in direct sun, I usually have better luck starting with the front part first and work my way back.. I do the tailgate last.
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You guys are all crazy! :P

I cannot imagine dealing with such poor customer service. Unreal. A product isn't THAT good if you have to put up with being lied to, cheated, and swindled, and then wait for months.

With small businesses like that, you cannot keep giving them business because they will assume they don't have to do any better. Look at the other "small" businesses out there that have grown exponentially past this dude, like Safari Straps for instance. They have the BEST customer service in the industry, hands down, and that is why they continue to do good business and their customers don't mind waiting 3 weeks for a product.

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You guys are all crazy! :P

I cannot imagine dealing with such poor customer service. Unreal. A product isn't THAT good if you have to put up with being lied to, cheated, and swindled, and then wait for months.

With small businesses like that, you cannot keep giving them business because they will assume they don't have to do any better. Look at the other "small" businesses out there that have grown exponentially past this dude, like Safari Straps for instance. They have the BEST customer service in the industry, hands down, and that is why they continue to do good business and their customers don't mind waiting 3 weeks for a product.

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I disagree...people who order from ORH should know going into the purchase what to expect. As I have read on this message board, I was expecting a few months wait for this top and I was fine with that. If it wasn't a one man show I wouldn't be satisfied with the wait but I can understand because of the process involved in making the tops.

I wouldnt say his customer service is bad - who cares if he doesnt answer emails. You can always pick up the phone and get in contact with him regarding the status of your top.
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Just got off the phone since its week 7. Said he can't get me the exact day since he's waiting for the powder coaters on my groups hardware and he has 6 fastbacks to ship and my cargo top is on the top of the group. So sounds like some people are about to get shipping calls for their fast backs
Supposed to get a call later this week for an exact date on mine.
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Just got off the phone since its week 7. Said he can't get me the exact day since he's waiting for the powder coaters on my groups hardware and he has 6 fastbacks to ship and my cargo top is on the top of the group. So sounds like some people are about to get shipping calls for their fast backs
Supposed to get a call later this week for an exact date on mine.
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Just got off the phone since its week 7. Said he can't get me the exact day since he's waiting for the powder coaters on my groups hardware and he has 6 fastbacks to ship and my cargo top is on the top of the group. So sounds like some people are about to get shipping calls for their fast backs
Supposed to get a call later this week for an exact date on mine.
Hopefully my fastback is included in that 6. Its been about 2 months since I ordered.
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I installed the cargo top yesterday.. I am waiting for a piece of the fast back top that was not made correctly.. Spoke with Tim and he was going to ship this week.
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When did you talk to him? I ordered mine on March 4th and been waiting for the call to say its being shipped.
Sometime at the begging of March. I called him and received a tracking number. It entered the U.S. on Saturday and is now in San Francisco. I now have to wait for it to get to Virginia.

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