|06-12-2011 07:13 PM|
|jim turner 1||i'd say Bestop.|
|06-12-2011 06:32 PM|
I'd suggest getting the Quad or 4wd catalog at the bookstore. It's nice to see all the photos and prices right next to each other.
Then, go buy a Bestop soft top :-)
|06-12-2011 11:45 AM|
Definitely another vote for the OEM top. Yeah the Trektop is cool, however, you don't have the luxury of putting the top back up if a sudden rain storm hits you while out and about. The oem soft top is extremely easy to use with a little practice.
Check your local craigslist and see if anyone is selling their's. Many times, people will get the soft top with their hard top as a "dual top" option and they simply don't want the soft top so they sell it. That is where I got mine and I ended up spending $600 for a brand new top that would have costed me close to $1,300 anywhere else. I have heard of some being sold as low as $300 too, so search around.
Another thing to consider is that if you buy from the dealer, the soft top will be in a hundred pieces and the install will take up to five hours from what I have heard. If you get it from a "dual top" option, the top is almost completely assembled and the install should take you no more than an hour.
Just my .02 for the day. I hope this helps.
|06-12-2011 11:30 AM|
|cmmartin86||There always seems to be people selling their oem top on various 2nd hand websites.|
|06-09-2011 09:31 PM|
|daggo66||My advice is to purchase an OEM top that someone is selling.|
|06-09-2011 07:16 PM|
I'm looking at purchasing a soft top for my 2010 2 door jeep wrangler I was just wondering if anyone had any advice? There seems to be a few different types, personally I just want something easy to remove and relatively cheap. The frame-less ones seem just that, any thoughts?