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10-04-2005 12:07 AM
khenderson i don't know about outland, but pretty much everything i've heard/read is that the factory soft top is the way to go. it seems to be unanimous that the jeep hardware is the easiest and best out there. with the sailcloth fabric, i haven't heard of an unhappy person yet.
10-03-2005 09:34 PM
Steve97TJ i was wondering that aswell. ive narrowed it down to the outland and the bestop supertop and dont know which is better? ive got a pavement ends sunrider top now and will NEVER get another pavement ends product again it was the biggest waste of money and piece of crap ever since i got it.
09-27-2005 08:36 PM
Tail Chaser
soft top ?

Does anyone use an Outland soft top ? Doe you have full steal doors? If so how well does it fit? Do you like it? Does it leak around the doors?


Thanks John

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