Re: I forgot the name of this Bestop product. Help!
I just bought a new top this month so I've been through the drill. Here it is:
If you have original factory hardware that is in good shape, you may elect to get a replacement top. Here you have two choices. (I say two choices because I do not consider Steel Horse an option unless you feel like punishing yourself.)
1. Buy the standard "Replace-A-Top" made by Bestop. The material is like OEM and is now available with tinted windows or without. This will be your best value. 2. Buy the new "Sail Cloth" replace-a-top. This is the new heavy material that is standard on the 2001 TJ. It is much quieter than the old material. I just put one on my 93 YJ and love it. However, as with everything, better cost more.
If some of the misc. parts of the hardware on your OEM top are bad, you may be able to get replacements from 4WD Hardware. If the bows or channels are bad on the OEM hardware, keep what you can for future parts or trade and move on to the Supertop. It comes with all the hardware and cloth. The only problem is that when the fabric goes bad, you have to buy a whole new Supertop, hardware and all, as there is no replacement cloth only option for the top. The Supertop and the "Sail Cloth" are close in price.