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Originally Posted by MPETESS10
sailcloth is a MUST, factory door surrounds would be nice but also remember the factory LJ surrounds have the goofy clip on them so you can use the sunrider feature. this may get in the way of the rampage style frameless top so its not a deal breaker for me. cost is a MAJOR issue for so the 500-ish price is also about my cutoff range. tinted windows are also a major plus but not a must. header pre-attached to the top as a 1 piece unit is a MAJOR MUST. it doesnt need to be a factory clamp style but needs to be permanently attached to the top material. rear side windows and back window needs to be removable as well. another thing I REALLY liked about the original viking top is the window storage "pocket". again like the window surrounds, not a deal breaker but would be nice
^I agree with pretty much everything here^
x3 and better than oem zippers count me in!!!
OME ZJ/LJ lift, 33" MT MTZ on AR-23 wheels, front and rear JKS trackbars, 1" seat risers, MORE 1" BL and MML, factory Ipod adapter. Light khaki jeep club #72
While I currently have no problems with my factory soft top, when the time comes to replace it, I would love a frameless option. I have dual tops now but I might be selling the hardtop soon so the wear on the soft top will accelerate if I end up running it all year long.
2005 LJ w/ RE 5.5 LA riding on 35"MT/Rs
"Roads, where we're going we don't need roads."
... at what point has "NEED" ever come into play when it comes to Jeep upgrades
Alright folks, so the Engineers are working on the LJ top. I went to go check it out and they took my camera away from me! Buuuuut....They forgot about my camera on my phone! HaHa so I've got some spy shots here, not the greatest pictures but they are at least something. My butt could be in hot water here but I had to share...Enjoy!
Keep in mind that this is a prototype!
They wont tell me how the window arrangements are going to be yet, I believe they are still figuring out the best option for manufacturing as well as usability/aesthetics.
The basic lay out of this particular prototype will be like our existing TJ Frameless top. It uses the factory door surrounds, tailgate bar and our aftermarket header channel. Things change regularly on the designs of new products, so right now I don't know if it is going to stay that way.
Just wanted to show you folks that we are actually working on it and not just saying we are.