|05-29-2007 12:13 PM|
I've ran with both a bikini and a safari and I like the Safari much better. More coverage to keep the beating sun out here off the back of my head.
Don't know about the window roll things because mine just sit in the garage flat on the floor when not in use. If they do get crinkled and I need to put them back on I just toss them in the dryer for a few minutes to soften them up. Good as new after that.
|05-29-2007 10:38 AM|
|JCS05Rubi||Awesome, I am deffinatly going to go with the cloverpatch. Are there any fabric flag printed bikinis, or are they all mesh? Id really like to keep my seats, radio, and cluter somewhat dry when the top/doors are off. Its that time of the year in MD where its sunny/hot all day, then pours from 4pm-5pm then nice again|
|05-29-2007 09:49 AM|
No, the mesh doesn't help with rain..... <snicker> I'm not explaining I have the full mess top and I like it a lot. It cuts just enough sun and adds airflow when it's real hot.
I also have the clover patch window roll and I love it. Doesn't need the seat upright far as I've noticed. And I use it just to store the windows for long stretches in the house.
|05-29-2007 09:27 AM|
Opinions wanted, window rolls, bikinis etc
Ok, I saved up a small amount of cash and decided I want to increase functionality before offroad mods, since minex a DD.
Cloverpatch window roll vs bestop. Bestop looks like it takes up alot of tunk space, but I run with my backseat tumbled a lot, and I think the clover patch needs the seat upright.
Safari or header? I like the headers better, but I do have passengers sometimes. Is it worth the cash for a safari vs header?
Also, the bikinis with the flag prints, I think they are mesh, they dont help in rain do they?
I am also gonna get some entry guards for front doors (run doorless A LOT..), tuff stuff viynl guards for trees, and cheapy grab handles. Any suggestions appreciated.
I know its a lot in one post, but I didnt want to make 20 new topics