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Old 10-05-2015, 09:33 AM
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Bikini Top Question

Sorry this is probably a real noob question but I'm new to jeeps until last week. I have a 97 wrangler sport and I want to upgrade several things. I replaced the seat covers and prior owner had already replaced the soft top. I've ordered a rear Besttop tonneau cover and wanted to order the bikini top as well but not sure exactly what to look at. One says no drill windshield header and one says drill in style. Is there a preference?

I use the wrangler for weekends only till she goes to the mechanic next week for a once over to get me a run down of anything that might need to be fixed as daily commute is 30 miles each way. I have RA and taking the top up and down myself is cumbersome so hoped it was ok to leave off mostly and use rear cover and bikini top. I gladly welcome any suggestions.

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