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Old 08-29-2009, 02:34 PM   #1
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Does anyone have the Clover Patch window roll bag??

I'm looking to buy the Clover Patch window roll tube that stores all three windows. Has anyone tried one of these and do you like it?
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Old 08-29-2009, 03:26 PM   #2
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I have a bag, not sure of the make, and I like it because it makes it look neat. The only other thing I do is run a cable through it and lock it to the roll bar.

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I don't understand how the side windows roll into the bag when they have the plastic track on the front and bottom but I'm considering one of these as well
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I bought it about a year ago. I love it. You can strap it to the back of your roll bar or just inside (my preference). The only thing is that when I first got it, it would tend to put small creases in my windows. Nothing that didn't smooth back out and the extra fabric of the bag would flap pretty loudly. I went to wally-world and bought a swimming noodle and now I roll my windows around that and then put them in the bag. It works great, stopped the creasing and it fills the bag so no more flapping. If I'm feeling lazy I just throw the whole thing in the back seat. I highly recommend it. At least if you get caught out in a downpour you have your windows with you. But I do suggest you spend the extra 2 bucks and get a noodle.
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Old 08-29-2009, 06:15 PM   #5
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I have one too, use it every now and then. But it is a great way to store your soft windows without further scratching them. A side note though, I try to wipe oof the windows with a soft, damp towel before I roll them up. This keeps the roll from getting too dirty which would eventually scratch the windows too.
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does the rear retaining bar roll up in it as well?
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Old 08-29-2009, 07:23 PM   #7
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does the rear retaining bar roll up in it as well?
Yes, It does. It makes the roll rigid enough to be strapped across the back.
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Old 08-29-2009, 07:45 PM   #8
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I don't understand how the side windows roll into the bag when they have the plastic track on the front and bottom but I'm considering one of these as well
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You place the windows horizontally between the layers of felt. then roll it all up together. The plastic piece that attaches to the door insert is flexible enough to roll without being damaged. The bottom is not an issue, it remains flat. I have the unlimited so the side windows are longer, but they still fit beautifully.
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I've had one for over a year and I love it. I use it to store the windows in the garage when I use the Safari top and I strap it to the roll cage when I put the soft top down. It helps protect the windows and if you strap it to the roll cage it saves you space. It's worth the money.
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i have one and i love it. it keeps the windows safe and makes them more compact to that the fit nicely behind the roll bars.
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You place the windows horizontally between the layers of felt. then roll it all up together. The plastic piece that attaches to the door insert is flexible enough to roll without being damaged. The bottom is not an issue, it remains flat. I have the unlimited so the side windows are longer, but they still fit beautifully.
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Old 08-30-2009, 10:39 PM   #13
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so whats this bag cost and where did ya get your? thanks
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Old 08-30-2009, 11:15 PM   #14
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I Love mine. The top and all windows spend the summer safely rolled up inside. Another Quadratec score.
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I bought it about a year ago. I love it. You can strap it to the back of your roll bar or just inside (my preference). The only thing is that when I first got it, it would tend to put small creases in my windows. Nothing that didn't smooth back out and the extra fabric of the bag would flap pretty loudly. I went to wally-world and bought a swimming noodle and now I roll my windows around that and then put them in the bag. It works great, stopped the creasing and it fills the bag so no more flapping. If I'm feeling lazy I just throw the whole thing in the back seat. I highly recommend it. At least if you get caught out in a downpour you have your windows with you. But I do suggest you spend the extra 2 bucks and get a noodle.
Thanks for the info man! Thats a great idea about the foam noodle!
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i have one and i love it. it keeps the windows safe and makes them more compact to that the fit nicely behind the roll bars.
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Old 08-31-2009, 12:18 PM   #17
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thanks for the info!!
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Old 09-02-2009, 08:53 AM   #18
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Bought mine used and it works fine. I use it mainly for winter storage of the windows while the hard top is on.

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