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12-24-2007 10:04 PM
bpowa i would not do it.. do you have a hardtop currently.. congrats..
12-24-2007 09:31 PM
kEat
Bestop Halftop in the winter?

Well, I just got a halftop for Christmas (Well, its actually not their halftop, its the tonneau, rear window, and strapless bikini. Cheaper than the halftop but looks the same.) and I am DYING to put it on. BUT, its winter, and I live in Maine. Bad idea? I'm just worried about getting precipitation inside from the rear window when I'm parked. Is this going to be a big issue? Or would it have to be snowing/raining at a hard angle for any of it to get in there?

Also, while I'm here, how hard is soundbar relocation? I need to move it past the center bar so its under my bikini top.

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