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Old 07-12-2010, 02:09 PM   #1
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Unltd Hard top/soft top

I have a 2007 Wrangler unltd. Can I fit a soft top and then replace the hard top during the winter without dismantling the soft top again? In other words if I fold back the soft top and secure it can I replace the hard top on the vehicle?

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I have a 2007 Wrangler unltd. Can I fit a soft top and then replace the hard top during the winter without dismantling the soft top again? In other words if I fold back the soft top and secure it can I replace the hard top on the vehicle?
No. You must remove the soft top. Technically you could do it, but you would risk damage to the soft top (as per the owner's manual) and you would severely cut your storage space down.

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x2, mine was installed along with the hardtop when I purchased it, but took it off as soon as I got back home.
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What they said, but..... you don't have to take all the bows apart, you can just unmount them from the roll bars and hang the entire assembly in the garage for the winter. Or you could just sell the hard top, run the softie year round and have a grand for mods...
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