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Following is a video we made as a how-to guide for removing your Jeep soft top…
Jeep Soft Tops
We’ve owned 2 Jeep Wranglers — one a 1990 YJ, and one a 2004 TJ.
On the YJ, we simply used the Bestop Supertop (for the front seats) and the Bestop Duster (for the cargo area) during the warmer months of the year. And in the winter, we’d put the hard top on.
These days, with the 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (our daily driver), we don’t have a hard top, so we ride around with the soft top — either up, or down, or completely off.
We really like the fact that a Jeep soft top is so flexible.
Here’s our video showing how to remove a Jeep soft top…
Since we’ve been married, my husband and I have owned 5 Jeeps (3 Wranglers and 2 Grand Cherokees). And when we’re not driving our own Jeep, we’re usually renting one (a 4×4 Wrangler on vacation). We keep a Jeep Bucket List of places that we’d like to go next, and we're always crossing more states off our list of 'Places That We’ve Jeeped in the USA'. As our daily driver, we keep the soft top on our Jeep Wrangler year round (and the back window permanently rolled up) so the dogs can enjoy the ride. Yep… even in the winter! I've been sharing my best Jeep ideas with others by blogging full-time since 1998. When I’m not Jeeping or writing about Jeeps, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).