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Hi, I am a new Jeep own and I have a question. I have a 2001 Jeep Wrangler with the soft-top, and I was thinking about taking the top down, but I don't know where to store the half-windows (Jeep has half doors). The owners manual say not to store them inside the jeep, but what if rains while I am out. Is there anyplace I can store them in the jeep? Please let me know

 

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well, if i had a wrangler, i'd probally just leave it at the house for my girlfriend to drive, and i'd take my commando!

toad
3-72' commando wagons
72' half-cab
01' f-250 4x4, super cab, longbed, V-10
artic cat 300 4x4
01' kawasaki KLX 300R
 
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WAIT! Jeep has half doors?

1970 Jeepster half cab
225 V6/2.5" Suspension Lift/ Modified Roll Bar
 
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I have a 95...not usually an issue but just roll them up with a towel between them so they don't scratch then put them under the rear seat...later

Jay
95 Wrangler Rio Grande, BFG 30" A/Ts, basically stock
73 Commando, 304/TH400/D20, basically stock and rusty
 

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Absolutely correct Jay, towel or soft tissue paper is what Jeep suggests in packing instructions and also what I tell all my customers as they pick up there NEW tops at the dealership here. Towel is best as it precludes the fine sand/dust from grating back and forth between plastic windows. Jeep also now provides a new product for cleaning and preservation from UV damage for these windows--available from Turner4wd I believe.( $10.)/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif

Dan
'67 8701 Deluxe
 
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