Does anyone make a frameless soft top that can be left on while running a hardtop during the winter months?
I thought about that, but still want a certain amount of rain protection for when the wife runs shotgun. Not that she would melt, but trying to avoid the household getting "cold" when we get home, if you catch my drift.If you want to run a "poor-man's" softop under your hardtop, install a SpiderWebShade.
OH BOY DO I EVER CATCH YOUR DRIFT.I thought about that, but still want a certain amount of rain protection for when the wife runs shotgun. Not that she would melt, but trying to avoid the household getting "cold" when we get home, if you catch my drift.
I plan on running topless 90% of the time April - October.
Had a talk with my other half the other day, bought new seat belts for my TJ (which it sorely needed, the old ones were fraying and clearly not at their peak anymore) and she made fun of me for it. How I always buy my baby all these gifts but nothing for her. Which ain't true. Best thing to do is just shut up!Yeah.
You can say, "It's a Jeep thing", but, sometimes, that just makes matters worse. 😉
I have a bowless top. When it's off the Jeep, it rolls up small enough to reside in a duffle bag a little bigger than my Marine Corps Seabag. I leave it on top of a shed in my yard, but it would easily fit under a bed.More of a space saver, having limited storage capabilities at home. I Figured if I could simply leave it partially installed and tucked up out of the way, it wouldn't get damaged or lost in storage.