I really like the design of the Bestop H.O.S.S. (tm), but not the cost. One of my favorite features of the HOSS is that the doors can nest inside the hard top, taking up less storage space.
I also like the $30 wood roll-around systems that have been posted on this group. Much better than the MSRP of the HOSS. However, this particular design did not allow the doors to be nested with the hard top.
I thought I would make a minor change to the WF design and store the hard top on it's front edge instead of the rear window edge. Here's my design:
Another view of complete unit:
Here's the door storage unit. It is built on a standard furniture dolly.
Here it is with the doors:
Here's the hard top storage:
I used 2x6 instead of 2x4. Home Depot was nice enough to make all my 90 degree cuts for me, which also helped in getting the wood in the back of the JKR. The top is sitting on 3 layers of carpet padding and 1 piece of carpet. The doors are sitting on the carpet padding that came with the furniture dolly. I screwed down a couple of strips of scrap wood to keep the doors from sliding off.
I remember several posters asking how much the top and doors weigh. Most answers were "about....," suggesting the answer might have been a best guess. According to my scale, the 2 door top with Freedom panels weighs 136 lbs. Each power / heated mirrored door weighs 62 lbs.