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Old 09-15-2010, 07:10 PM
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Bowless/Frameless soft tops

Hey again everyone! I just need some input on these frameless soft tops. When I got my jeep it came with a hardtop and getting that thing on and off just isn't really all that fun. I was looking into some soft Tops and ran across the frameless ones I've tried to find some info on here, but haven't found anyone that has used them first hand. How do these hold up? Easy on and off? Noise? (I know some soft tops make more noise than others) any input would be great! Thanks in advance!

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Old 09-15-2010, 07:38 PM   #2
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I've heard they work great and are really easy to put on/take off. Since they are only one piece, you won't have to bother those damn zippers...

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Old 09-15-2010, 08:02 PM   #3
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Jay, just put on my Rampage bowless last night. Now I'm a newbie to jeeps, my daughters, had no top. Bought that in March. Mine came with a hardtop, bought it last month, sold the top. I'm surprised by how loud it is, actually felt like it was gonna blow off But I haven't driven in a stock style, Rampage says it's tough to go from hardtop to soft top, but replacing stock is even trade but simpler set-up. And you still have zippers, but cool storage of everything on top. PM me if you want more, or pics. I'll actually post some later.
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I've had both stock hard and soft top, and didn't really notice any difference in noise or inside temp (with heat in winter) -- Granted it doesn't get super cold here either for long.

With that said, I have been waiting for my current oem soft top to fall apart then going to try the Rampage top for myself.
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