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05-17-2007 08:03 PM
1BLKJP Thanks for the reminder. I have no idea where mine are right now.
05-17-2007 07:59 PM
nicolas-eric i roll them without something between them and put them in the trunk under the rest of the softtop.

on my old YJ i did this for 8 years and on my old TJ for 6 years without damaging the windows. that makes no scratches.
05-17-2007 07:54 PM
tiny terror Put something between them, felt is good. I keep mine rolled up in felt at the end of my bed.
05-17-2007 07:51 PM
Scott Free
How To Store Soft Top Windows?

I'm new to jeeps, and I'm new here. Just took my windows off and wondering how best to store them. Hanging? Stacked? If stacked is okay, do I put something between them? A blanket, or towels? Newspaper? How should I store my windows?

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