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Additionally, if you don't have the windshield mounted mirror, get some opinions. I have a larger (Autozone) mirror mounted to my hard top and turn down the dash mirror because it is inadequate when folks get close. Just something else to think about.
PHILLIP, SemperFi, They call the wind MARIAH.
"Against all enemies, foreign and domestic"
Marines lend an air of dignity to what would otherwise be a vulgar brawl. FFR#3175, Wimbledon/Guardsman, 302 Carb, CobraEarl's Footbox & Touring Trunk, Snapless Tonneau Cover, Luggage Rack, Whitby Hardtop.
Spend the $100.
Last edited by DadofThree; 10-08-2019 at 04:40 PM.
It is an amazing piece of engineering.I hit a lot of heavy rain touring Montana/Yellowstone and it kept me dry! No buffeting/flutter at 80 mph driving.
Thanks for the responses. I will be adding the rear quarter window option.
Oh, and thanks for spending some more of my money.
Here is one tip for the roll down window. Do not just roll it down and let it sit on the rear deck. I have a big microfiber towel that I lay on the trunk. I then pull the window out onto the towel, flip the rest of the towel over the window, roll it all up, then tuck it back inside. That way there is only towel on the paint.
I got the towel from https://www.chemicalguys.com
My top goes on for pretty much the entire summer to keep from baking in the sun. It has also kept me out of the rain more times than I can count.
Another one for the rear window - don't just unzip the top of the rear window and leave it with the velcro attached on the sides. I did that, and at first glance it looks like it opens a few inches at the center/top of the window for partial ventilation. I was all proud of myself until I saw the wear marks on the window and roll bar where it came to rest...
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