|05-05-2013 11:39 AM|
Yep, that is definately a con for the Trektop NX, but there can be a pretty considerable cost difference between a framed version and the Trektop. I just installed mine for the first time last week, and didn't even realize the same issue until yesterday. To be honest, it really doesn't bother me because I can flip the top back and take off the rear windows to get the open air that I would need. If the weather really calls for it I would just take the whole top off and place in the garage for the day.
Pics with top and rear off:
|02-10-2013 03:12 PM|
|GunToter||Yea you have to remove the top completely. I'm not sure if the header would fit infront of your rear seats or not (roll the top up around the header). Dont think it would fit anywhere else inside the Jeep.|
|02-10-2013 02:13 PM|
Trektop NX - "Top Down"
Pardon me if this has been addressed in the existing Trektop NX posts but I did not see it. I'm wondering what a JKU with this top looks like when the top is down. I mean, the factory soft top folds back and rests on the tailgate but since the Trektop has no frame, do you have to take the entire thing off if you want to run around topless?
I've seen images of people running the top in bikini mode, sunrider mode and of course top up mode but I've yet to see one with the top all the way off. So, if I want to have the top completely off, do I have to stow the top piece somewhere like I would with the windows or is there some trick that I'm not aware of?