So I came up with a really cool idea for the back window that worked out well. Awhile ago, the zipper teeth on both my back window and soft top fabric were all messed up. I could have taken both parts to a shop to have them fixed, but then I figured the zipper would have gotten messed up again. I bought some industrial strength velcro from amazon, about 2 inches wide. I super glued one part of the velcro to the fabric on the softop that is on the bows. I took the other part of the velcro to a leather shop, where they sewed the velcro along the edges of my back window where the zipper teeth are. ( The glue on the velcro was not strong enough to stay on the plastic window). The place charged me 50 bucks to do it. So, whenever I have to put my back window up, I just have to attach the window to the piece of velcro on the soft top. Its not sealed 100%, but it does the job just fine. Throughout the winter, I put some 1 inch weather stripping tape along the inside of the window for a better seal. Whenever I wanna take my back window off, it literally takes me 10 seconds to detach it from the car. If anyone wants pictures, let me know and will be happy to post.
And if anyone else has mentioned this in the forum elsewhere, Sorry I missed it.