Anyone able to make freedom panels for the rear seats on the hard top roofs

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Just wondering why the hard top does not make freedom panels for the rear seats. That essentially would be the ideal top. Anyone know if it is possible to make an aftermarket solution to allow rear seat panels to be taken out as well? It seems it should be doable.





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I, for one, hope that Jeep doesn't mimic having 2-3 times the amount of potential roof leaks as the bronco. I also hope they keep the mirrors with the doors. One less thing to get ripped off and soak up mod money to replace. Yes, the broncos mirrors can fold, but envision for a minute ones view from the front seats when negotiating a tight trail or specific line. The folded mirror now doubles the blocked line of sight of the a-pillars. These are features for a vehicle going for an image, while doing nothing for actual offroad use. Again, I'm hoping that Jeep stays true to the definition of offroad purposed.
 

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I, for one, hope that Jeep doesn't mimic having 2-3 times the amount of potential roof leaks as the bronco. I also hope they keep the mirrors with the doors. One less thing to get ripped off and soak up mod money to replace. Yes, the broncos mirrors can fold, but envision for a minute ones view from the front seats when negotiating a tight trail or specific line. The folded mirror now doubles the blocked line of sight of the a-pillars. These are features for a vehicle going for an image, while doing nothing for actual offroad use. Again, I'm hoping that Jeep stays true to the definition of offroad purposed.

I agree, 2 panels proved to be a pain in the Azz for me, but the sunride fixed that...
 

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