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Old 02-01-2013, 09:47 PM   #31
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Waiting (as usual) for Quadratec to ship the Mopar Sun Bonnet. Shipping mid February, and I can't wait to try it. I'll take some pictures and post, good or bad. I need to get some pictures up anyway, so this will give me the opportunity.

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Correct me as I am well aware I could be wrong.....but doesn't that description read as if it is a HARDTOP and not fabric? is that the advantage of it? But when we bought our '12 they told us we COULD just run with the front panels if we wanted to...but we got softtop anyway....that description is really confusing IMO

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Old 02-03-2013, 10:53 AM   #33
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Not sure what you mean, jp2611. The sun bonnet is fabric and uses a standard soft top header that is already attached. At least that's what the instruction sheet indicate. Should make it a lot easier to install and remove. I don't know much at all about the tops on the new Jeeps. I like the concept of that Freedom Top, but I have a TJ. I didn't know you could just use the two forward sections, which sounds pretty cool. Makes some sense, though, as they are attached to the windshield. How are the sides and rear anchored?

As soon as I receive this top I will put it on and see how it fits, take pictures, etc. Which will be interesting, because I will probably have this thing on and outdoors in the snow or at least cold Ohio February weather.
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Old 02-03-2013, 12:37 PM   #34
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Not sure what you mean, jp2611. The sun bonnet is fabric and uses a standard soft top header that is already attached. At least that's what the instruction sheet indicate. Should make it a lot easier to install and remove. I don't know much at all about the tops on the new Jeeps. I like the concept of that Freedom Top, but I have a TJ. I didn't know you could just use the two forward sections, which sounds pretty cool. Makes some sense, though, as they are attached to the windshield. How are the sides and rear anchored?

As soon as I receive this top I will put it on and see how it fits, take pictures, etc. Which will be interesting, because I will probably have this thing on and outdoors in the snow or at least cold Ohio February weather.
The description I read yesterday said something about having a hard top only, and that confused that type of top in my mind. (not hard to do some time) Hope you like the top you are getting looks nice..in the pics...very similair to the Bikini that I run in the summer time.
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:02 PM   #35
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They have one for Jeeps with a hard top and one for those with a soft top. Not certain exactly what the difference is, but I am truly looking forward to getting this. I just hope it works as well as it looke.

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