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Old 02-12-2020, 10:23 AM
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Taking the front tops off

Where do you guys store the front tops after you take them of? Will they fit behind the rear seat?

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Where do you guys store the front tops after you take them of? Will they fit behind the rear seat?



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Are you talking about the hard top panels? I used to stand them up behind the front seats. Then I started leaving them at home. Then I got a soft top for the warmer months lol.
Did it come with a bag? Sometimes the bag has instructions of how/where to stow.


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Yes the hard tops, and it did come with the bag. If ya stow it on or behind the front seat that takes up a lot of room.
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we have only had the gladiator for 5 days now. Just trying to figure out things on it
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If I need to take the panels with me, I am going to store them in the bed.
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we have only had the gladiator for 5 days now. Just trying to figure out things on it


Yes that’s the only downside to the freedom tops. Be nice if there was a stow behind the back seats and still enough legroom.



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