about 5-10, depending on how much of a hurry I'm in.
about the same.
I've also got the window roll. If I use that it takes a bit more. 99% it's just me in the Jeep so if I do it after work I just lay the windows on each other then fold them between the front and rear seats.
about 7 min each way including removing/replacing the doors
Of course "taking the top off" with the rampage frameless is really just removing the rear windows and storing them under the safari top. I like this better anyways since I dont like being in the direct Florida sunlight more than I already have to, seeing as how I work outside on the water anyways lol.
Random Guy: "Is there anywhere that thing cant go?"
Me: "Yea, past a gas station..."
2. Doors - Both, but run my soft during the summer
3. Bestop (model # ???)
4. top & doors off - 5 to 10 minutes, but I too fold it up neatly
5. top & doors on - 10 to 15 minutes with zipping in all the side windows
I know, I'm slow
Gonna agree with bcpaddler - I'm slow - but ........
1.) 1997 TJ - softtop (bestop replacement)
2.) 1/2 doors with slider windows
3.) Top and doors off (realistically) 10 - 12 - 15 min (that's taking the top comletely off with quick disconnects - not just folded down)
4.) Top and doors on (repete step 3 backwards)
1). 2004 TJ
2). full doors
3). Factory never replaced
4). like 5 minutes to take it off on a warm day
5). 10 to 20 minutes to put back up depending on my luck. I'm usually doing it alone.
I would just like to say that my back window has now decided it will no longer engage the zippers. I currently have the whole right side open and the more i unzip the worse it gets because the zippers simply refuse to engage. Do I wash the zippers and lube them up? Replacing the window seems useless if the top zippers are crap too. I'd prefer to keep the top for now but I won't take the top down till the back window is fixed anyone else have this problem? Just a side question, pm me if you don't wanna take the thread off topic. thanks!
2. Hard full doors
3. Factory top
4 and 5. Probably 5-10 minutes on or off. Depending on whether the zippers want to cooperate and if my fingers haven't frozen trying to get them to cooperate on a cold day.