Don't c y they wouldn't work. I use tj uppers in mine but I run a frameless style top called a softopper. I gotta say I love the tj uppers, they just work better than the yj ones did, the fit all comes down to ur welding. It's a ver easy job. The front 2pins work the way they r, the third pin closest to back seats/door latch need to b cut off n rewelded. Just cut it off at the turn and then shorten the metal on frame left until it lines up perfect. I also found that if u want a real nice seal, u can go back and take the material off again and heat it up with a torch n bend it so it seals just how u want it. It's almost perfect just from the cut and weld but the areas near the door latch at the top sort of bows a little, so I heated it up and bent it inward slightly.