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I just bought a Wrangler...used great condition but it didn't come with the freedom bag.

Looking at them maybe I could just wrap them in a,blanket...do the bags protect the covers and can you store them on the side instead of behind therear seat. It's a 4 door ...thanks
 

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FWIW, I almost never put my panels in the bag. Usually I just lay one white side down in cargo area, then lay bag on top, and put second panel on top of that black side down...

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FWIW, I almost never put my panels in the bag. Usually I just lay one white side down in cargo area, then lay bag on top, and put second panel on top of that black side down...

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Same here.
 

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well looks like the bag would be a waste of money...I can store them in the cargo area with a comforter separating the panels...
 

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Putting the panels in that bag is like a sobriety test.
 

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I just bought a Wrangler...used great condition but it didn't come with the freedom bag.

Looking at them maybe I could just wrap them in a,blanket...do the bags protect the covers and can you store them on the side instead of behind therear seat. It's a 4 door ...thanks
I always use the freedom bag. The main perk is the strap that keeps the top panels vertical against the back seat. This allows you to use the cargo area with limited obstruction.
 

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I'd use the bag, don't want those panels sliding around.
 

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I use the bag. Getting the panels in it was a pain the first few times, but you start to get the hang of it after that. Straps them in behind the rear seat to minimize the space they eat up.
 

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The MOPAR bag can be tight, I found it really inconvenient to use and it was wearing the foam weatherstrips on the corners. I picked up the rampage bag, much easier to use. It does use much more space though if that is an issue for you.
 

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The MOPAR bag can be tight, I found it really inconvenient to use and it was wearing the foam weatherstrips on the corners. I picked up the rampage bag, much easier to use. It does use much more space though if that is an issue for you.
Seconded, I have the Rampage bag too. Works great.
 

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I dont understand why ppl are having such issues. its really not that hard... lay the bag flat while u do it...
 

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I keep a tie down strap in the back and use it to hold the tops against the back seat. I just hook the tie down ends to the headrests. I've been wheeling in Moab and Grand Junction with the tops like that. No scratches and it leaves room for my dog in the back still.
 

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x4 on rampage bag and strapping it to the seat back. Works great for me.
 

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x5 on the Rampage bag.
 

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I dont understand why ppl are having such issues. its really not that hard... lay the bag flat while u do it...
Do you have,the Rampage bag or the Mopar bag. I think I will get the rampage... It can t be that hard,to put,the panels in...
 

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Do you have,the Rampage bag or the Mopar bag. I think I will get the rampage... It can t be that hard,to put,the panels in...
I use the mopar one that came with the jeep. There's even directions inside that tell you exactly how to put the panels in.
 
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