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Old 01-31-2014, 05:58 AM   #1
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Soft tops?

Okay so I was thinking about going with the best top supertop twill. What's really the differences in the twill and the normal. Is it worth it. It's like another five hindered. For the twill. Let me know ppl that actually have used one over the other. Thanks

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Old 01-31-2014, 08:57 AM   #2
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The difference is the fabric. The twill is 3 layers, much thicker and has a very different appearance.

Search around on Craigslist before you purchase. You can very often find brand new takeoffs from someone that purchased the dual top option and don't want the soft top. Around my area, you can find premiums between $700 & $1000 regularly.

Not sure where in Indiana you are, but I pulled up Indianapolis and found a standard top

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Soft Top (never used)

If you keep checking, and expand to different cities near you, you'll probably find what you're looking for at significant savings.

I have had both standard and premium. Like the premium much more.

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Thanks. Yeah if its all around a better materiel that will hold up over time then I want it.
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Thanks. Yeah if its all around a better materiel that will hold up over time then I want it.
It is definitely the superior material. And it will hold up over time. There is even a Limited Lifetime Warranty on it. I don't think you can go wrong with the Twill top.



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I may look into Bestop's replace a top in Twill since I think it uses factory hardware. Then again the factory soft top I'm used to the noise now.
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