|03-03-2009 09:03 PM|
|Gumpit||Snow? It can hold 5 ft....... I also use mine as a trampoline when Im bored....|
|03-02-2009 11:45 AM|
|Atthehop||Mine has about 12 inches right now and I never had a proble.|
|03-02-2009 07:43 AM|
|Hondarider||I'd say the factory soft top is pretty stout when it comes to bearing the snow load...I live in New England and have never encountered an issue.|
|03-01-2009 08:29 PM|
|Jma20a||yeah on the highway i unzip the rear windows a few inches to let the air flow through|
|03-01-2009 08:26 PM|
|dj_chizzle||i try to avoid driving highway speeds with the front windows rolled down and nothing else open in the back.|
|03-01-2009 07:40 PM|
|jdhallissey||to the snow- I live in IL have not had a problem with it handling snow. Most I have seen on it is around 14 inches. It does not sag or anything. To opening the window for fresh air. I make sure I unzip my rears to about 2-3 inchs to give the pressure difference a chance to even out. When you just open one window or when i did it I took the doors off both sides. I thought I was going to fly away. I took the back window out and it was perfect again. You just need to give the incoming air a chance to get out besides the window it came in from. If that makes sense|
|03-01-2009 07:15 PM|
2 soft top questions...
Two quick soft top questions from a noob:
1.) About how much snow can the soft top hold on top before I should worry (Wrangler sits at home while away at work w/ company car)...
2.) Anyone have any advice/ experiance for driving with the window rolled down but the soft top fully up and in place? I tried rolling my window down to get a little air, and it sounded like the soft top was going to rip off...