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post #1 of 11 Old 05-03-2011, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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yj supertop tuorial.

Every time i take my supertop off, it ends up in my trunk as a ball of canvas. Can someone make a video of how to take the top off and put it back on to show me? If you do make a video, can u please message the link to me or post the link in this thread? Thanks! (I do not have the supertop manual. It was installed when i bought the jeep 2 months ago.)

feel stupid asking, but i just have to know so i don't rip it.


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http://www.bestop.com/soft-tops-and-bikinis There's a video here.... and the jeep they use even has a JF sticker on it.

If that one doesn't work there are several other videos on their site and install instructions too.

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Not sure if it was mentioned in any of the videos that you looked at, but here's a little mod that I did to my supertop, so that when I take it off, I can remove the entire bow assembly without any tools. With my storage boxes, the bow assembly doesn't fold down correctly anyway, so it's easier to just take them compleatly off.

Just drill out the rivit that holds the main bow assembly to the moutning bracket, and replace it with a pin. By doing this, I can just take off the fabric and bows, and leave them at home when I want to go topless, or have the bikini top on.



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Not sure if it was mentioned in any of the videos that you looked at, but here's a little mod that I did to my supertop, so that when I take it off, I can remove the entire bow assembly without any tools. With my storage boxes, the bow assembly doesn't fold down correctly anyway, so it's easier to just take them compleatly off.

Just drill out the rivit that holds the main bow assembly to the moutning bracket, and replace it with a pin. By doing this, I can just take off the fabric and bows, and leave them at home when I want to go topless, or have the bikini top on.

Good idea! But what do you do when it's a nice day in the morning, and then suddenly turns to rain when your driving?
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Good idea! But what do you do when it's a nice day in the morning, and then suddenly turns to rain when your driving?
Its a jeep who cares lol

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Its a jeep who cares lol
i just care about my $1000 amp, $500 speakers, and my stereo....
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Good idea! But what do you do when it's a nice day in the morning, and then suddenly turns to rain when your driving?
I get wet

In case of pop up showers, I just throw the bikini top on. It folds up small enough that it is easy to store, and only takes a minute or two to put on.

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i just care about my $1000 amp, $500 speakers, and my stereo....

Well, I don't have an amp, my radio was a freebie, and I think I gave $10 for my speakers. If they get wet, it's not a big loss; Besides, with the top off, it's kinda tough to hear the radio anyway.

However, if you want to go topless, and have $$$ audio equipment, maybe some type of waterproof enclosure to protect it would be a good idea.

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Well, I don't have an amp, my radio was a freebie, and I think I gave $10 for my speakers. If they get wet, it's not a big loss; Besides, with the top off, it's kinda tough to hear the radio anyway.

However, if you want to go topless, and have $$$ audio equipment, maybe some type of waterproof enclosure to protect it would be a good idea.
that is a good idea!!!

same wit u muddy
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