Element doors and halftop vs Supertop: My personal opinion on things like this? I really like to be able to totally change from Summer to Winter. I like full doors and a hard top in the winter, and I like Bikini tops and tube doors in the summer. It's like having two vehicles. But it gets cold here in Colorado, and really hot in the summer. If I lived in milder weather places, I probably would run a Supertop year round, and just take out the windows in summer.
So then the elements with the enclosures with the zipper windows then? I like the super doors but Im workin an assload of OT right now at my job so I might just get the elements and turn them into awesome three season doors. Just cause I have the cheese. Also. I would like your opinion. I have a hard top now. Super top or Half? Im thinkin I like the half..... Thanks Bro
The Bestop upper sliders will not fit Element doors. The pin placement is all wrong. Upper sliders are designed only for factory doors. It does not have anything to do with weight - in fact, the first Element Doors even had a foot step that you could stand on (but only when door was closed).
Geoff maybe you can help me out. Those element tube doors that bestop sells. The ones you can put the paintable enclosure over? If I had a set of the tube doors with the enclosures on em could I use the bestop slider windows instead of the zippered windows. Just curious. I talked to one of the cats at Quadratec and he didnt know but assumed the weight of the slider would be to much. Hes prolly right. But you never know. Or do you know of anyone that might have the answer to my ponderings. Thanks a bunch man. TTYl
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