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Old 06-24-2014, 08:09 PM   #1
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Stowing the Trektop NX Rear Corners and Window (video)

Hey,

After having spent some time with the Trektop NX (and after seeing many questions on the forum) I began to experiment with different ways to stow the rear corners and the rear window without putting anything into the cargo area...I think that this method will be the answer that most of us are looking for.

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Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you. Now to find a light linen blanket.
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Good video, thanks.
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I took my plastic edges out once. Never quite got them in the right way again.
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I took my plastic edges out once. Never quite got them in the right way again.
How is that possible? Mine slip in and out very easily.

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How is that possible? Mine slip in and out very easily.

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Mine are very tight, and don't really slide in straight. This is in 100 degree weather too.
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@Springtail: Thanks for the video! Any recommendations on where one would put everything in a 2-door? We don't really have access under the backseat like a 4-door. I was thinking of just a small bag or something for the back.
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Old 06-25-2014, 08:28 PM   #10
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