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blunted 04-25-2011 11:58 PM

New 2 Door Sahara with DUalTop missing soft top pieces?
 
Would someone be kind enough to post a pic of what pieces are supposed to come to put up the soft top?

I have a feeling i am missing pieces. I have the windows, and what looks like 3 or 4 bracket type black plastic things, but that seems to be about it.

When i bought the jeep it had a few KM's on it, one of the guys at the stealership was driving it.

I have an odd feeling when i go to put it up i will be missing parts and this would be a mess taing off the hard top finding out i'm missing pieces putting the hard top back on going to stealership etc....

if someone can post a quick pictures of thier brackets / what they look like it would be extremely appreciated.

They also replaced my tray thing in the back rear compartment ( trunk ) needless to say it looks different than my original.... now i'm worried i'm missing something...

thanks guys,

blunt

blunted 04-26-2011 12:06 AM

Tomorrow i will post a picture of what i have; and hopefully one of you will be kind enough to let me know if i have everything.

best regards,

blunt

themoneypit 04-26-2011 12:36 AM

should be 2 door surrounds(large l-shaped) and two small brackets to catch the tailgate bar on back window, the rest is kind of built into the soft top itself.

InfernoGirl 04-26-2011 08:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by themoneypit (Post 1202122)
should be 2 door surrounds(large l-shaped) and two small brackets to catch the tailgate bar on back window, the rest is kind of built into the soft top itself.

Except for the mucket seals and the door surround knobs, and the tailgate bar.... ;)

If you look at the diagrams on Quadratec or Morris 4x4, they have pretty decent drawings showing the parts needed...


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