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Old 10-05-2010, 03:39 PM   #1
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Best place to buy a Top

I just purchased my first 90 YJ over the weekend and it needs a new top. I don't want to spend a million So what do you guys recommend?
The best?
The cheapest but still decent?

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Old 10-05-2010, 04:13 PM   #2
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Soft top? If you need a new soft top I would only go with a Bestop soft top. Quadratec or 4WD is a good place to look.

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I am assuming I won't be able to afford a hard top for a while. So yep a soft top.

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Old 10-05-2010, 04:38 PM   #4
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I am new also... How is discountjeepparts.com ?
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I am new also... How is discountjeepparts.com ?
They're good, Morris 4x4 is also another good place to shop.
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if you want a hard top and dont mind used, check craigslist... people are always selling them on there for pretty cheap (compared to new). Check sooner rather than later, before it starts snowing out cuz then prices might go up..

but i sold mine on there for like $450 or $500 or something, and have seen them for as low as a couple hundred... just an idea
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Try Craigslist also, I sometime see good used soft tops for sale.
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Try Craigslist also, I sometime see good used soft tops for sale.
beat you! haha
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if you want a hard top and dont mind used, check craigslist... people are always selling them on there for pretty cheap (compared to new). Check sooner rather than later, before it starts snowing out cuz then prices might go up..

but i sold mine on there for like $450 or $500 or something, and have seen them for as low as a couple hundred... just an idea
true, but the other side of this is it makes it a good time to find a soft top on craigslist. people are ditching their soft tops for a hard top during winter.
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could not agree more my friend
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Thanks Guy's I will keep an eye out on Craigslist

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