|07-29-2010 07:28 AM|
|daggo66||I handle the water on the trail cover issue with a broom. I just use the broom to push all the water off the top. I've never gotten any on the inside using this method.|
|07-29-2010 12:17 AM|
|InfernoGirl||I can't find the zeus bows atm, but up above I posted a link to some other bows...|
|07-28-2010 11:45 PM|
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|07-28-2010 09:41 PM|
In that case, I have a great idea for installing a custom made sub-woofer under the rear seat........
|07-28-2010 09:38 PM|
|07-28-2010 09:20 PM|
Hendy there are threads regarding this.
Here are some links:
Top Prop and Tonno Prop - for Jeep CJ, YJ, TJ, LJ, JK - Skid Row Offroad
Jeep Horizons :: View topic - my $4 PVC top prop
|07-28-2010 09:08 PM|
I just put my top up when I expect rain. No windows or doors, and I just half-way latch the front. Just enough to give the carcover some shape.
|07-28-2010 09:07 PM|
This has the potential to be a great thread!!!
I was thinking about this when I got a bikini top and back deck cover. First time I had to duck to get in because the bikini was FULL of water I thought, this is going to be bad. I pushed the top up from inside and still got drenched.
Since then I have been thinking, the sectional poles you use to put up a dome tent would be great as a prop to prevent pooling. I just haven't come up with an exact plan for this yet, any ideas anyone?
|07-28-2010 08:52 PM|
|InfernoGirl||What are you thinking about? I'm talking about my trail cover.....|
|07-28-2010 08:35 PM|
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|07-28-2010 06:07 PM|
|daggo66||Your problem is that the cover you have is meant to be used with the top on. You need a Bestop Trail Cover for when your top is down.|
|07-28-2010 05:07 PM|
|InfernoGirl||Zeus bow. I think is what they're called. Or you can make one out of pvc tubing and fittings, cut a fitting in half and fit it over the roll bars, and put the pipe in the ends. Slightly longer pipe than the distance between the bars to make it bow. Or if you are handy like that you can weld something up. That's what my PO did. Works well, still will hold some water, but not a lot like it does without the bow...|
|07-28-2010 05:03 PM|
Weatherproof Car Cover Issue
So I have a 4 dr wrangler and since I don't have a garage I bought a weatherproof car cover to pull over my whole jeep so I don't have to constantly worry about the rain. Now my problem is, if I have my top all the way off and I put the cover on, when it rains hard the rain pools down onto the cover towards my seats in the now empty spaces between the roll bars. First off, getting the rain out is a pain when one gallon of water is almost 10 lbs, and if the water sits it permeates through the cover and can get inside the vehicle. So now I have to at least pull the soft top forward (hard to do by yourself) so that it can hold the weight of the water and run off. Anyone know of anything you can purchase/tips and tricks that would help? It almost defeats the purpose of having the top down and owning a cover if you are still constantly worried about the heavy rain. It does great on light rain. The only thing I can think of is to put a meter stick or something longer on my seats and let the cover sit on it to create a tent for the rain to cascade down it onto the ground instead of pool inbetween.