I have been wheeling here lately with the top down, and cleaning the mud off of the interior is a pain. Just curious what other people do. Do you go topless and deal with the aftermath or keep the top up and save the hassle? Of course this is in the case where you know there will he a high possibility of mud.
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Soft top removed.
Safari top installed (duster over the back).
Will run a windjammer if it is cool.
Will run lower doors if really muddy.
Will run upper and lower doors if cold or raining.
Depending on the season, I can do the jammer/safari/duster setup for the wettest or coldest, but if I'm wheeling in the winter, the soft top is likely to be on.
I just hate the idea of my soft top rubbing against a tree (lots here in AL on tight trails). So I try to use the safari configuration most of the time.
I'm losing hair and burn easily enough that the safari makes the most sense, but I'll sometimes remove it and go totally topless Jeep configuration if it is Spring or Fall.
So basically, it depends on my mood, but I try to avoid the soft top and wheeling when possible.