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08-11-2013 10:25 PM
GSPup
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Originally Posted by BV Jeep View Post
After 14 years on my Jeep it is time to replace mine. Should be fine. As stated above. Don't touch it in the cold. The windows will crack.
This. I put a hole in a window once just by tapping it in very low temps. Other than that it lasted over 7 years...I just put some clear tape over the hole.
08-11-2013 02:54 PM
masoncw Good - info - thanks for the feedback!
08-11-2013 09:46 AM
BV Jeep After 14 years on my Jeep it is time to replace mine. Should be fine. As stated above. Don't touch it in the cold. The windows will crack.
08-10-2013 11:29 PM
03 sahara jeeper I have had a soft top on my jeep for five years. I have had 2 feet of snow on it. I just swept it off. The windows are brittle when cold, so don't hit them or you will have a hole.
08-10-2013 08:11 PM
masoncw
Soft Top in winter?

I am looking into the purchase of a used Wrangler to keep at our place near Breckenridge. It will be stored outside and I was curious about the durability of the soft top exposed to the elements year-round. Any comments about this would be greatly appreciated. Also, would a cover be appropriate for times when it would be stored for a couple months?
Thanks in advance for any info on this subject.
Chuck

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