Had it until I got the Trektop NX, well still have it I did run the safari top with windjammer and duster this summer though. There is so many combinations with this. I love to run this Spring/Summer/Fall. Add the Trektop windows back in for winter. If you have the door surrounds, then it is fairly water proof. Blowing rain can get in but not bad enough to worry.
Mopar SunBonnet, Bestop Windjammer and Duster. I put an adjustable aluminum extension handle from a paint roller under the middle of the Duster to keep water from pooling up there. The Mopar top doesnt come back as far as the one pictured above, it ends at the backside of the Sport bar, with "wings" to cover the area over the speakers. It's also about $100 more. (It DOES have a couple microscopic JEEP tags sewn in to justify the extra $100, though...) You can completly forget about hearing your rear speakers with the windjammer in place. At a stop light the people around you can hear the stereo better than you.
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