|02-23-2012 03:04 AM|
|02-19-2012 12:01 AM|
|jeepdrivengirl||LOL I agree!!! Got get me some hefty hefty heftys|
|02-18-2012 10:28 PM|
|crafty||Yes, made by Hefty lol I hate when there is no rain in forecast and we get a quick downpour. I have also used the bags to cover a soaked seat with a bungee cord holding it around the top of the seat tight. Better than driving home from work with swamp ass|
|02-18-2012 07:39 PM|
|jeepdrivengirl||Thanks...I'll check those out...I'm assuming the 55 gal cheap seat cover is a garbage bag? lol|
|02-18-2012 02:42 PM|
The safari/bikini top and tonnau cover are my year around setup. My full soft top has only been back on during tropical storms with a few days of heavy rain.
Safari will keep YOU basically dry unless its windy and raining blowing sideways in on you. Parked in the weather with upper doors on seats usually do stay dry. Upper doors off and the safari top keep a set of 55 gallon cheap seat covers in your rig is a good idea.
*** Water will pool in the safari top, remember to push it off after a rain otherwise when you turn it runs right down your seatbelt or just splashes down onto the seats.
Check out the spider web shade. It is attached differently and can stay on under your full top as another option if you are just dropping the full top and not removing it.
|02-18-2012 02:20 PM|
I'm looking to take off the soft top that came with my Jeep...I want to be topless the majority of the time but since my jeep is my only vehicle I need to be able to have a top that is easily put on for the rainy days...Don't really want to have to ride to work in a wet seat...once was enough! lol I'm curious if anyone has a Safari top...it seems to be one that can go on easily by the description...anyone have a clue or suggestion?...I appreciate the help!