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06-10-2011 05:58 PM
Anyone here using Safari Straps?..safari top dilema

I currently have the Safari Straps extended warrior cage on my LJ and I'm looking at different soft top options.

I like the fact the Safari Straps are designed so that the factory hard top can be dropped over it and installed like factory.

I'd really like a safari top for my LJ just to give my 2 dobermans some extra shade while they're stuck out in the jeep. Plus if it happens to start pouring some extra protection isn't a bad thing.

My dilema is which one... The safari strap installs using the center tie down on top of the windshield. Anyone here know of a safari top that installs using the two mounting brackets that the factory hard top and soft tops use?

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