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    Its always a say day when you have to put the hardtop back on the Wrangler.
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    You didn't have to.
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    You could just leave it off
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    At least you can take it off. I just open my sunroof and windows lol.
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    No sad days here.... sold mine and bought some tires!!! Hopefully the bikini top can hold up to the Texas snow load....


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    yupp thats always a sad day in my house

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailsnail View Post
    You didn't have to.
    You cannot scrape the ice off of soft windows without scratching them all up or cracking them. I already get up at 0445 to make the 0600 OPS meeting. Im not getting up earlier to start the Jeep and let the heater defrost the soft windows.

    But I hear you. The only thing you really ever have to do is die. Someday thats gonna happen. Im hoping to put that off for awhile LOL.

    Do you run the soft top year round in Colorado?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepinSoldier View Post
    Do you run the soft top year round in Colorado?
    Absolutely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepinSoldier View Post
    You cannot scrape the ice off of soft windows without scratching them all up or cracking them. I already get up at 0445 to make the 0600 OPS meeting. Im not getting up earlier to start the Jeep and let the heater defrost the soft windows.

    But I hear you. The only thing you really ever have to do is die. Someday thats gonna happen. Im hoping to put that off for awhile LOL.

    Do you run the soft top year round in Colorado?

    You could just use a warm washcloth on the plastic windows. Worked for me when I was living in Erie.
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