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vgibson80
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Year:2008

Model:Sahara Unlimited

Engine:3.8L V6


Just getting started with my first Jeep. Put the soft top on and thinking about selling my hard tops for new additions to my jeep.

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bgoptmst
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06-09-2013, 10:27 PM
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Originally Posted by vgibson80
Just getting started with my first Jeep. Put the soft top on and thinking about selling my hard tops for new additions to my jeep.
I take it you have the Freedom Top (3 piece)? I would be careful selling it as the money you are going to get for it probably won't be worth the price you will pay to buy a new one. I live in SoCal, and still appreciate how much better that top is than my old Jeeps soft top. Why? Because you have the freedom, no pun intended, to have climate control, but can pop it and the doors off and feel the wind blowing.

Seriously though, I though the first thing I would have bought Cory new JKU was a bikini top again, but the hard top is growing on me.


vgibson80
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06-09-2013, 11:20 PM
Hi, yes it was the three piece top. I've had it on for two years now and I'm loving the soft top! Didn't get what I thought I thought I should have, but its ok. Weather in Jersey is moderate enough. Drove him for the first time with the top all down, that was awesome


bgoptmst
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06-10-2013, 12:49 PM
Well what's important is you like it!







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