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Old 08-06-2007, 08:41 PM   #1
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Soft Top Door Surrounds

I have a hard top with full hard doors. I want to be able to run a bikini top in the summer. The one I'm looking at says i need soft top surrounds. So my questions are, Do the full hard doors close flush in the soft top surrounds? The hard top probibly won't fit on top of the surrounds so are they easy to put on and remove? Thanks.

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Yep, very easy to take off/on. Can't leave em on though. And yes, the doors close flush into the surrounds, just like they do against the hard top. However, the Bestop Safari top I got has a velcro wrap to go around the roll bars that run into your windshield so you don't have to bother with the surrounds if you don't want to. If your interested I can see if my safari top has a model# on it.

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our Jeep with the hard top does not have the door surrounds
yes, they are easy to remove, unscrew the two big knobs
yes, they close flush...there will be a gap w/o the surround
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Old 08-06-2007, 08:54 PM   #4
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Yep, very easy to take off/on. Can't leave em on though. And yes, the doors close flush into the surrounds, just like they do against the hard top. However, the Bestop Safari top I got has a velcro wrap to go around the roll bars that run into your windshield so you don't have to bother with the surrounds if you don't want to. If your interested I can see if my safari top has a model# on it.
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i'd like the number, yeah thanks. Is they're a gap without the surounds? I do highway driving for work, don't want to get caught wet in a storm. lol
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Is they're a gap without the surounds? I do highway driving for work, don't want to get caught wet in a storm. lol
Yes, a small gap b/w the roll bar and the top of your door. You can look at that with the HT on and see what you'd be dealing with.

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i'd like the number, yeah thanks.
I can't find the exact part# on my safari top, it just listed 3 diff patent numbers (4600235, 4757854, 5947546) and I'm not thinking any of those are the part # (although they are same 7 digits as BT #'s are). Anyway, I think this is the exact top I have as I described above. http://www.quadratec.com/products/11131_03X_PG.htm
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