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07-10-2010 02:23 PM
InfernoGirl They all roll up, you unzip each side to the top and roll it up. It is not the best way if you want to have the back window gone most of the time, since the straps will cause friction marks on the plastic.

You can have the zipper repaired at a boat or awning shop and even some drycleaners.
07-10-2010 02:10 PM
jimmy856
Roll up rear window

I have a 99 rag top wrangler that the zipper is broken for the rear window,my top is in good condition and I don't want to buy a new top at this time.I noticed on some rag top jeeps that they have a roll up rear window in place of a zippered window,my question is is there a conversion to install a roll up rear window for my jeep?

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