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01-24-2012 01:29 PM
kungfucracka
Quote:
Originally Posted by erose100
The door moldings are just the same as door surrounds correct?

Thanks alot!
Yes correct.
01-24-2012 01:25 PM
erose100 The door moldings are just the same as door surrounds correct?

Thanks alot!
01-24-2012 01:24 PM
kungfucracka
Quote:
Originally Posted by kjeeper10

The pivot brackets are the side brackets I mentioned. It is a bracket with 2 pivoting arms that the frame mounts to.

Tail gate bar is long and slides into the bottom of the window to secure it in place.

If used the straps should already be in place. They support the rear bow like you said.

Model year 2010 might be a little different though. Not sure when the cable system was implemented or what it even does.

Best I could describe
What he said is correct,

The tailgate bar will and is there to keep the rear window from flapping. The window itself slides into the bar and attaches to the body/tub clips.

The straps I was refering to run from the back top bar inside along the inside of the top to the bar that is rite above the sound bar. It helps keep tension on the top and pulls the back tight (no flapping).

The pivot points are attached to roll bar that's what makes its fold up and down very key to make sure there there.

Also dodnt forget the door moldings they go around door to secure the top.
01-24-2012 01:03 PM
kjeeper10
Quote:
Originally Posted by erose100
so just to recap:

Fabric/header
Door surrounds
Side brackets x2 (what does this look like)
Windows x3
Plastic tailgate clamps x2
Rear tail gate bar (what does this look like)
Hardware/bow system
Roll Bar pivot brackets (what are these, or what do they look like)
straps that run basically from back bow to speaker bar is intact (how do i check for this)

Im getting a '10 softop for a '09, never used. The guy got the dual top group.

Thanks,
ED
The pivot brackets are the side brackets I mentioned. It is a bracket with 2 pivoting arms that the frame mounts to.

Tail gate bar is long and slides into the bottom of the window to secure it in place.

If used the straps should already be in place. They support the rear bow like you said.

Model year 2010 might be a little different though. Not sure when the cable system was implemented or what it even does.

Best I could describe
01-24-2012 12:54 PM
erose100 so just to recap:

Fabric/header
Door surrounds
Side brackets x2 (what does this look like)
Windows x3
Plastic tailgate clamps x2
Rear tail gate bar (what does this look like)
Hardware/bow system
Roll Bar pivot brackets (what are these, or what do they look like)
straps that run basically from back bow to speaker bar is intact (how do i check for this)

Im getting a '10 softop for a '09, never used. The guy got the dual top group.

Thanks,
ED
01-23-2012 08:28 PM
kjeeper10
Quote:
Originally Posted by dvdsjk
The roll bar pivot brackets are always forgotten. They are a pita to remove and its easier to remove the screws and pull the top away and leave them attached to the bar. Make suretheir there!
Yep. That's what I did.
01-23-2012 08:22 PM
dvdsjk The roll bar pivot brackets are always forgotten. They are a pita to remove and its easier to remove the screws and pull the top away and leave them attached to the bar. Make suretheir there!
01-23-2012 07:52 PM
kungfucracka
Quote:
Originally Posted by kjeeper10

What year?
Not sure if there is any different parts.

Fabric/header
Door surrounds
Side brackets x2
Windows x3
Plastic tailgate clamps x2
Rear tail gate bar
Hardware/bow system

Used or new?

Think that is it
Also make sure the straps that run basically from back bow to speaker bar is intact as well I found that my top did not function as well without them.
01-23-2012 07:35 PM
kjeeper10
Quote:
Originally Posted by erose100
Purchasing a complete softop off craigslist, what components do I need to make sure he has?

Thanks,
Ed
What year?
Not sure if there is any different parts.

Fabric/header
Door surrounds
Side brackets x2
Windows x3
Plastic tailgate clamps x2
Rear tail gate bar
Hardware/bow system

Used or new?

Think that is it
01-23-2012 07:25 PM
erose100
Checklist for complete softtop

Purchasing a complete softop off craigslist, what components do I need to make sure he has?

Thanks,
Ed

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