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Old 03-30-2018, 08:51 AM
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Need Info On Sunrider Soft Top For 94' YJ With Square Doors

As some of you who have read a few of my posts already know, my wife and I use to own a 15' JK Sahara Unlimited, and that missed the fun in the sun so much, that I went out a bought a 94' YJ S for my 52nd birthday to fill that void. In a lot of ways I've actually am having more fun in my primitive YJ, as some have called it, vs. the more modern JK. Anyway, one feature I must confess that I miss, is the ability to flip back my soft top to grab a little sun, for that quick ride without having to drop the entire top. So my Father's wish (hint hint family!) Is to buy a Sunrider soft top. Does anyone purchased a Sunrider Soft Top for their YJ? I especially would like to hear from those square top door YJ owners. Will I have to give up my square top doors? or is there a Sunrider or Sunrider style soft top out there for square top door YJ owners? I love my square top doors and will be pissed if I'm going to be forced to incur the added expense of having to buy round top doors, in order to buy a Sunrider or Sunrider style soft top.

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wrong forum, no?

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As some of you who have read a few of my posts already know, my wife and I use to own a 15' JK Sahara Unlimited, and that missed the fun in the sun so much, that I went out a bought a 94' YJ S for my 52nd birthday to fill that void. In a lot of ways I've actually am having more fun in my primitive YJ, as some have called it, vs. the more modern JK. Anyway, one feature I must confess that I miss, is the ability to flip back my soft top to grab a little sun, for that quick ride without having to drop the entire top. So my Father's wish (hint hint family!) Is to buy a Sunrider soft top. Does anyone purchased a Sunrider Soft Top for their YJ? I especially would like to hear from those square top door YJ owners. Will I have to give up my square top doors? or is there a Sunrider or Sunrider style soft top out there for square top door YJ owners? I love my square top doors and will be pissed if I'm going to be forced to incur the added expense of having to buy round top doors, in order to buy a Sunrider or Sunrider style soft top.
Haha, I not just went the same way from selling my 2015 JKUS and buying a 1994 YJ Sahara, I asked the very same question in this Forum one month ago:

https://www.wranglerforum.com/#/topics/2232665

I don't want to give up my square uppers as well, but I am thinking about buying the square uppers sliders.

Hmm, I guess the only way not missing the Sunrider Feature is to take the whole top down and go topless soon ...
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I did just what you're asking, but only because I didn't know there were two kinds of doors. It works fine. There is no problem with the passenger side but on the driver's side, the flap catches. I just run my thumb under it and it pops out with no effort. I had to trim the black plastic pieces on the sides of the windshield to get the top frame to fit. This caused some leaking. Silicon stopped the leaking. Doors are Rampage but the colors matched perfectly.
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