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  1. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    That's hard-core Canadian--top off and windshield down in the winter.
  2. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Block heater in the US is an option, but it's only $95.
  3. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Thanks to everyone for the input. Sounds like snow/ice is manageable with some care to not force removal. (The dealer said I could use an ice scraper on the windows, which I thought sounded a little suspect.) I can garage it before any major storm events--I just have to remember to not use...
  4. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Thanks. Related question: Was heavy snow an issue in terms of bowing the soft top? We occasionally get 12" - 18" of snow during a 24-hour period. (I'm not worried about clearing that much snow off the top; I'm worried about damage to the top.)
  5. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Awesome. Leaf blower is now officially the top contender!
  6. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Thanks--that's my backup plan.
  7. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Yeah, I read all those. They didn't really address my specific questions.
  8. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Great--thanks. I think I'll go with just the soft top.
  9. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Yeah--my first Wrangler came with dual tops and my current Wrangler is only hard top, so I've run hard tops in the winter. I know people in the north run soft tops, but I can't find good info on how to deal with ice on the rear window or if it's even an issue. I appreciate the shoutouts--I'll...
  10. Premium Soft Top, Winter, Ice? A Problem?

    Anyone living in seriously wintery regions with the premium soft top: Is ice on the rear window a problem? If so, how do you deal with it? Letting the Jeep heat up until the ice falls away? Or does ice just not form? I've read scattered but conflicting info here (and elsewhere), so I'm looking...
  11. Fuel Remaining Readout Varies?

    I think the computer is making estimates based on your current rate of consumption, which changes based on the driving conditions. I was off road a couple of weeks ago in 4 low and the low fuel light came on; when I got off the trail and back in 2 high, the low fuel light went off and the gas...



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