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Old 07-17-2014, 08:04 AM   #1
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Black Jeep w/ Rampage Frameless Soft Top

Does anyone have pictures of a Black TJ with the Rampage Frameless Soft Top on that has tinted windows. After some research I think I'm going to buy this and am only torn between tinted and clear windows. Thank you

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Old 07-17-2014, 09:46 AM   #2
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Old 07-18-2014, 08:16 AM   #3
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I am considering the Rampage top also for my 98 TJ. I bought my Jeep from a friend and it came with a hard top only. He gave me a set of door surrounds, a header bar with a Bestop bikini top. I do not have the bar that goes across the back. Would I have to have a new header bar and the trunk bar to make the Rampage top work?
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I am considering the Rampage top also for my 98 TJ. I bought my Jeep from a friend and it came with a hard top only. He gave me a set of door surrounds, a header bar with a Bestop bikini top. I do not have the bar that goes across the back. Would I have to have a new header bar and the trunk bar to make the Rampage top work?
Yea you will have to buy both the header specific for the rampage top and the rear bar for rear soft top window. Technically you could get by without the rear bar since the window hooks in place to top tub rail
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Old 07-19-2014, 07:06 AM   #5
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Thanks for the pics
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I am considering the Rampage top also for my 98 TJ. I bought my Jeep from a friend and it came with a hard top only. He gave me a set of door surrounds, a header bar with a Bestop bikini top. I do not have the bar that goes across the back. Would I have to have a new header bar and the trunk bar to make the Rampage top work?
You can use the bestop no drill header bar, with the rampage top.
I also had a bestop bikini and i used the no drill header bar with my new rampage, fits perfect
And yes you do need a rear trunk bar

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