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Soft Top Windows Storage

Is anyone aware of some kind of storage bag to put the three windows from the soft top (two sides and one rear) in when they're removed, to help protect the plastic windows from getting all scratched up?

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Re: Soft Top Windows Storage

I know bestop and clover patch make a roll up duffel, I just ordered a premium soft top for the new jeep and have the same question. Curious what others recommend.


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Re: Soft Top Windows Storage

Clover patch works great - tried other options for a few years but was very impressed once I bought one


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Re: Soft Top Windows Storage

Do you have a link or picture?
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Re: Soft Top Windows Storage

I lay them in the back with fleece blankets to line each one.
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Re: Soft Top Windows Storage

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I have a pretty good way of storing the Windows. I took 3 moving blankets from Harbor Freight (40 x 72) and sewed 2 within the first to make pockets. Going down the long side holds the back window, and the 2 pockets will hold the side windows (fold down the flap to make it fit, and make sure the side that goes in the passenger door is facing sideways). This lets you roll up the windows safely. I also attached some straps to secure it as well ImageUploadedByJeepGarage1461700531.564576.jpg


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Soft Top Windows Storage

I ordered the mopar soft window storage bag back in 07 and have used it since. My soft windows are still in great shape.

Did a quick search and I believe this is the same bag I have.

I like this as you can keep your windows safe while you are out. Just throw the window bag back in rear cargo area. If you are out and weather changes good or bad you can drop the top or put the top back up and always have the windows ready to go.

I also have the freedom top storage bag. Totally recommend that too if u have dual tops.
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Re: Soft Top Windows Storage

Here's another Rightline Gear 4x4 100J78-B - Rightline Gear Soft Top Window Storage Bag in Black for 76-16 Jeep CJ, Wrangler YJ, TJ JK & Unlimited - Quadratec
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Re: Soft Top Windows Storage

I use a fleece blanket and some Velcro straps that I picked up for about 10.00. I layout the blanket with a window on it then fold it over and place the second window. Fold it one more time for the third window and then roll it up and Velcro the roll in two spots. I store them like that during the summer season when the soft top is on. I don't keep them rolled all year just when I keep them in the jeep.


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