|10-16-2007 10:05 PM|
|Chris7||Thanks Folks for the help. The Window Roll looks like a good option if I can get one in Australia...|
|10-16-2007 10:01 PM|
Not sure why the other link didn't work, but I have this;
Love it! Use it all summer, it's how I'll store the windows all winter, just flat, while the hard top is on!
|10-16-2007 09:20 PM|
well i just roll em up and put them ontop of my sub, and the rear window i roll up and use the straps that hold it up so i dont ahve to take it all the way off,
im not worried about scratches on those b/c the sides i dont care,a dn teh back i cant see out of anyways b/c 1. its tinted, 2. it already is scratched up and 3. there a huge spare and a 3X5 flag int he way to see out
|10-16-2007 09:01 PM|
I've got a bag from Clover Patch that has felt liners to seperate the windows and then the whole soft top and windows roll up into the sleeve.
|10-16-2007 08:33 PM|
|nregas1||use a blanket or one of the window roll bags from bestop to store them. Storing dirty/dusty windows = scratched windows.|
|10-16-2007 08:32 PM|
|Walkeraviator||I used to fold my side panels in half and stick them behind teh back seat with the upper door halves... I do not suggest rolling up the rear window unless it has been cleaned prior to rollin it up.. even teh slightest dirt can cause hairline scratches that appear as cloudy plastic.|
|10-16-2007 07:23 PM|
|mrbigjeep||the back one can be rolled up...don't know about the side ones...i just slide them in the crack under the backseat.|
|10-16-2007 06:37 PM|
Soft Top windows and back- Can they be folded/rolled up and stored in car?
Recently purchases a Wrangler with a soft top and am wondering if the windows and back can be rolled up/folded and stored in the back compartment, or if it is better to store them outside the vehicle. I want to store them in the back if possible but equally don't want them damaged. Any ideas?