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Old 06-10-2011, 09:51 PM
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folding the soft top

im kind of new with a soft top i was wondering if it would be ok for the windows to fold the top back with the windows left in or if they wold crease too much

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NOT recommended! The plastic windows will crease and scratch. Better safe than sorry. If you want to carry your windows with you, I suggest you look into a window roll. There are a couple of companies that make them including Bestop and cloverpatch.

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Take the windows out. If you want to see what will happen, check out rental jeeps in places like Hawaii (awesome research project! Let's all go!). I rented a Wrangler in San Diego - all five or six on the lot had beat-to-hell windows, because renters dont know/don't care.
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Yes you have to take the windows out. The top will fold and tuck in so much better that way anyway. I don't like rolling up the windows, if it gets cool out and you go to put the windows back on and they're all curled up, that's no fun.
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yeah i didn't think they could be left in but id rather research it than try it and find out it couldn't be done
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They crack. But if your top and zippers are in as bad of shape as mine then you can't take the windows off, because they won't go back on.

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