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03-09-2012 09:56 PM
pasteris71 Or buy a canvas cover. I have a cover for when it rains. It's water proof and was only like $40.
03-09-2012 09:47 PM
Casotakar1229 I would put the top up completely if it rains...? not sure really why you'd even risk the mold/mildew that rain brings.
03-09-2012 09:02 PM
chcg12
Help planning summer jku with safari top

Have a 2012 jku hardtop, no soft top. I want to run a safari top to cover both rows of seating. My tj 2dr i run a bikini top but have the rear seat and carpet removed. If i park it and its going to rain i roll up the windows(full doors) and slide the seats forward and it stays pretty much dry except for the rear area which i just drain out later. So..can i just pull the carpet out on the jku and esentially do the same thing,except of course the rear seat cannot be removed? Or is it different because there is that small storage area in the floor now? Thoughts/ideas? thanks

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