|08-02-2013 07:50 AM|
Thanks everyone for the suggestions, Iíll play with it this weekend and see if I can get the fit the way it should be. Iíll check the stitching as well, never thought about that.
I want to love the top, itís really cool design, but so far Iím not impressed. I hope my mind changes after I get all the kinks worked out and get a better idea of how things should fit and whatís considered normal as opposed to being anal. In the meantime, Iím freaking out worried that my Jeep smells like mildew from all the water that leaked in. I live in Texas and its hot as hell! I left for Vegas for a few days not knowing the back was soaked and my Jeep stayed closed up in the hot sun until I returned and discovered the issue. Let me just say, I was a TINY bit angry and some obscenities might have flown from my mouth that may not have been very lady like. LOL! Iím sure my neighbors think Iím psycho! At 35 years old, Iím positive Iím now known as the crazy lady with all the cats that everyone is scared of. Thereís always one on every street Ö. kind of proud of it actually. (Kidding about the cats, I hate cats!)
Anyway, stay tuned for further questions or complaining.
|08-02-2013 07:10 AM|
|08-01-2013 11:10 PM|
|Jstraw||Try looking at the stitching that starts on the top (roof). Where the rear door surrounds make the 90 degree bend, my stitching in top pulled apart into a row of holes... I returned the first one only to find the problem existed on the second as well. Try looking between the roll bar and surround when the sun is out, if you see sunlight, that's your problem. My back seats were soaked and my entire trunk area. Bad stitching!|
|08-01-2013 10:40 PM|
There definitely should not be a gap like that. When I first got my 12 JKU it was a PITA to get windows in after some sun and stretching it fits good. The key for me is to start by zipping window 1" then wrap the edge around starting at the top so no gap. From there zip the window to the top corner by the back of jeep and fold the bottom flap under the edge and zip rest of window closed. Tuck your Velcro secure and done.
Hope this isn't to confusing. I'll try to post pics.
|08-01-2013 07:26 PM|
|bigkevj||Mine looks the same. When I first got the top it fit fine. But after taking the side panels off and on, it doesn't fit well anymore. It doesn't leak, but there is definitely a large gap at the same location on both sides.|
|08-01-2013 06:32 PM|
|mello03||I had to get a new deck sent to me because the zipper was sewn too far back on the drivers side. I haven't got it yet, but I hope it fixes my issue. Mine wouldn't pull anymore similar to yours. I'm not too impressed with my twill NX so far.|
|08-01-2013 06:25 PM|
|OUJeepGrl||Here's a better view of the door surround. I tried to tuck it more, its a no go! As you can see, the top gaps and i'm not sure thats supposed to happen.|
|08-01-2013 05:16 PM|
welcome to the forum... no your top shouldn't be leaking like that... i have the same top (for a 2DR), but the side of my window sits in the door surround a lot better than yours is looking...
here's a thread that might help you out: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/lea...nx-249209.html
|08-01-2013 05:12 PM|
|kjeeper10||How do the sides tuck into the door surround. Looks loose in the pic?|
|08-01-2013 05:09 PM|
Bestop Trektop NX-Top Leaking
Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum so if I posted this in the wrong section, I apologize in advance.
I've had the top on my 2013 Jeep Unlimited for about 3 weeks and its leaking at the passenger rear door surrounds at the screw and cable (probably not the right terms, sorry). At first it was really bad, like pouring in, which made me pretty hot considering Iíve had the jeep only 4 months and the carpet and seats were soaked. I waited until it was really hot outside and pulled and stretched the the top for additional coverage over the screw/gap. It helped a lot, but not completely. Water is still coming in and running in between the door surround bracket and actual cover. Iíve tried moving the cable to the second hole on the bracket and again, it helped, but itís still leaking. I thought about moving it to the third hole, but Iím worried that over time it will stretch and I will be stuck. Itís a small leak compared to what it was, but I donít think it should leak at all. Any ideas?
Below is a picture of the access point that I am referring to. Thanks!