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05-16-2011 01:21 PM
Geoff@Bestop You need to keep them clean, and keep them from rubbing/scratching against anything else. So I've seen people use big towels or blankets, and roll them around foam "noodles."

You could probably conjure up some sort of fabric "envelope" for each window. Once you've got that, you can roll them.

But the ones you buy do work just fine. :-)
05-16-2011 01:09 PM
Panther57
Soft Top Windows

What suggestions do you have for storing the windows in the jeep when the top's down? Looked at the totes on amazon, but those don't look like they'll provide enough protection from scratches, plus they don't seem all that durable.

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