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Old 12-08-2012, 09:29 AM
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Bestop Supertop vs Rampage

New member here so thanks in advance for the help. Certainly hope I can contribute to others as well.

I bought an '03 TJ and it has a new Bestop Supertop on it, as well as a hard top. I like the look of the Rampage a lot better than the Supertop so wanted to know if one was much more user friendly than the other??? If the Rampage is just as easy to take down/put up, I will probably sell the Supertop and replace with the Rampage. Is one way easier to take down/put up?

Any help you all can provide would be great.
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I've got a Rampage soft top. It is harder to put up and down. But, it's the heavy sail cloth, so it's very quiet. Summer here is usually so hot, I don't often put the top down. I usually remove the windows and doors and run that way.

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Check rampages site and YouTube for some Vids and instructions...you don't take the top down and up. Its on, bikini or off its not down and up.

I have the top and love it but I never took it all the way off this summer. Wasn't motivated enough, maybe next summer.

EDIT:I assumed you were talking about the rampage frame less soft top?
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I have the full frame version. But the frameless seems easy
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I have the Bestop Super top black denim and I am very happy with it and would not trade it for a different top. It looks factory original! I also have full hard doors.
Just remove your doors, soft top windows and roll up the back window and you are good to go..........
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Thanks for the quick replies! Looks like for ease of use I am better off sticking with what I have, but I do like the look of the rampage frameless tops.

On another note, my check engine light just came on and it seems to be the throttle position sensor... Aaahhhh, let the fun begin.

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