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Unread 09-01-2014, 02:29 PM   #1
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Rampage Frameless Softop 2012 Unlimited Aluminum Poles

I have installed the Rampage Frameless Softop on my 2012 Unlimited. The only thing that I cannot figure out is the 4 aluminum poles. The poles are meant to be used to prevent water form pooling and fluttering. When trying to install them, the two smaller poles are to short for the rear or in the front, and the longer poles are far to big in the rear. When trying to install in the font, where its seems they would go, they are just to long. I have the jeep in the Florida sun and the material is well heated. There are no instructions for installing the poles. Any one have success installing the poles?

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