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Old 06-22-2006, 10:37 AM   #1
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Soft Top Storage Boot?

http://www.jeepsareus.com/Merchant2/...Code=Wrangler6

Anyone ever heard of this or better yet used it? I found it on jeepsareus.com. It seems like a good idea, and it has a place to even store the windows, but the description and picture is a tiny bit lacking, was wondering if anyone has any experience with this item.

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Old 06-22-2006, 11:50 AM   #2
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Have seen it, but not used it. It does look very clean, and keeps everything neatly stored, including your windows. Not a bad looking set up at all. Don't worry about the questions, that is what this forum is here for, to help each other out.

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Have seen it, but not used it. It does look very clean, and keeps everything neatly stored, including your windows. Not a bad looking set up at all. Don't worry about the questions, that is what this forum is here for, to help each other out.
i think i might get it, but i wonder if it's worth the hefty $220 price tag....i gotta get some kinda storage for these windows, i just keep throwin em flat on the cargo floor in back....might not be the best place for em, but i like to keep em with me in the jeep just in case...
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Old 06-22-2006, 05:19 PM   #4
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There is another solution to the windows, and someone else will have to give you the name of it. You open up this felt lined thing, and lay your windows flat between the sheets, and roll it up and put it in a round tube. I would think that method would be cheaper.
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someone posted a while ago about having made a nifty holder with a towel.....like a pillow case with a draw string....roll up the windows, put em inside, pull the draw string. Sounds easy & thrifty....do you sew??
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Old 06-23-2006, 10:26 AM   #6
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It's called the cloverpatch window roll. I have one, and I like it alot. It is kind of pricey for what it is (~$70), but it is very handy to keep your windows in.

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