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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-18-2003, 07:44 PM
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hard black top

i have a black hard top on my jeep, and it is fading rather rapidly and looks horrible. any tips or products i can do to make it look better besides a new paint job? also want to kno what size at the largest would fit under a stock 1995 jeep wrangler with a 4 cylinder, without any rub or mods to it..possible 1.5 or 2" lift to it in the future.
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Re: hard black top

no fix for the hard top that i know of......if you just need temporary shine wd40 works great!....other than that...marine paint works great and isnt toooo expensive.

for tires yur best bet is a 30" tire if you have no lift....31" max with an inch or two of lift.....

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Re: hard black top

I use Armor All on mine--it lasts for a while, then you have to redo it. It makes it nice and black again. I would be afraid the wd-40 would ruin the window seals after a while, while the Armor All would protect them.
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Re: hard black top

Another thing you might try for the black hard top is some of the car wax with tint to it. I use the black tinted wax on my black hard top and it works real well. It also helps make the top easier to keep clean.
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Re: hard black top

i think i found something that works..i did have like a liquid wax on the top, and it looked good untill it got wet, then it got a white haze on it. so i went over to my local marine store and picked up some non-skid deck cleaner..it worked BEAUTIFULLY..i dont remember the name of the stuff, but i cant believe how well it worked..if i figure out how, ill post a picture of it. thanks for the input thou..


ps- i did try wd-40 on the back, in the corner, and it worked good [img]images/graemlins/RockOn.gif[/img]: )
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Re: hard black top

i used a rattle can of flat black.

i don't recommend that.
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where in south jersey are you located?
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