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Old 02-06-2013, 01:55 AM   #1
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With punxatauney Phil not seeing his shadow, its time to get eready to go topless! So my question is, How do you carry your windows? Do you carry them with you in the event of rain? Do you have a convertable top and do you leave it on or do you take it right off? Thank you and I welcome all comments. This will be my first summer with my jeep and I cannot wait!

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Old 02-06-2013, 06:31 AM   #2
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I take mine with me. I roll them up in a soft towel and put them behind the back seat. Putting them in a towel helps keep them from getting scratched.

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Old 02-06-2013, 06:31 AM   #3
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Know the weather and leave them at home. Leaving them in the back seat is just daring someone to easily take them and they are not cheap. I don't have enough room or patience to roll them or place them in the back storage area. Keep them home, lay them flat. In those unexpected rain storms, driving with the top up w/no windows is not bad. You stay dry for the most part.
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Know the weather and leave them at home. Leaving them in the back seat is just daring someone to easily take them and they are not cheap. I don't have enough room or patience to roll them or place them in the back storage area. Keep them home, lay them flat. In those unexpected rain storms, driving with the top up w/no windows is not bad. You stay dry for the most part.
Yea I just leave mine home. I make sure I try to park into the wind so at least if it rains it will just get the back wet. Had to drive almost 2 hours in the rain once. Terential downpour at that. Soaking wet but it wasn't bad. Actually kind of fun. Just look at the weather ahead of time and always expect a storm
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