|06-01-2014 05:07 PM|
|Prowl||Well this thread fixed my issue. Seems so obvious. I'm riding around thinking no way jeep designed it to hit me in the head.|
|01-27-2014 11:20 PM|
|MSpiegel00||That's what we're here for!|
|01-27-2014 11:18 PM|
You da man!!
|01-27-2014 11:07 PM|
|catwell22||Hey guys, thanks. Yes it's a two door. Looks like a pretty simple solution. I appreciate your help.|
|01-27-2014 10:01 PM|
There ya go. 2-door Sunrider in the proper folding method.
|01-27-2014 09:53 PM|
It appears that the video is not available.
|01-27-2014 09:25 PM|
here is another thread with a video on how to manage the 2 door version
|01-27-2014 09:15 PM|
|NJJeep Guy||The owners manual is a little poor on the right way to fold it, but look on YouTube for the demo videos. I learned how to do everything the right way with a soft top there.|
|01-27-2014 09:14 PM|
Based on your profile picture, you have a 2-door, correct? You're supposed to fold the fabric in a "W" shape when you flip back the sunrinder. The fabric won't hang down into the cab when stored properly.
Doctor posted a video for a 4 door, which is a little different. This should answer your questions though. Look at the pictures in the second post.
|01-27-2014 09:11 PM|
you are not folding it correctly. I'll see if I can find a video for you to reference.
Basically you have to fold the sun rider fabric into a "W" that is laying on it's side with the points facing the rear of the Jeep.
|01-27-2014 09:06 PM|
Soft top sun roof help
New to the forum. I am not sure if this question has already been answered or not, if so I apologize. I recently bought a 2013 Wrangler and LOVE flipping back the front part of my soft top roof to create a sunroof. The only downside is that the fabric that makes up the roof hangs down and hits me in the head while I drive. Has anyone else experienced this problem and if so what are your solutions to fix it? Thanks for your help!