Anyone get to the MyTop booth?

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They have booth #30261 in the South Upper Hall. Would love some pics and info.





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It was amazing! For $3500, this is so much better than Jeep's sliding peasant top.

The top actually folds BELOW the rear brake light! Even if it's only by 2 inches, it's still impressive with all that hardware in the way.
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This is gonna look so good on a blacked out wrangler.

Selfies can finally look like this
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Instead of this
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With just a push of a button and a couple seconds :rock:
 
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I checked it out. Found the fit and finish not that of a product for $3500. It is also a 3 to 4 hr install so the cost is quite higher than that. More to it then just slapping it on and bolting it down.

To each there own I guess. Cool product, just at a different price for me.
 

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They are at SEMA Booth 34241 right now.

JK JL & JT is on display!
 
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What did you think of the execution?
Their finished products look great. This is the way Jeep should have made soft tops instead of that awkward looking removable rear quarter panels.
 

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I like that the top folds without having to get out and release side channels, this is truly a convertible top. The installation time is well worth it for the ease of operation.
Is there one for the 2 door ???
 

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I like that the top folds without having to get out and release side channels, this is truly a convertible top. The installation time is well worth it for the ease of operation.
Is there one for the 2 door ???
Not YET, but soon. You can see they have been making them for the JK 2 and 4 doors for ages. Only a matter of time for the JL.
 
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What did you think of the "air tightness" of the top. Particularly the areas behind the rear doors and the rear window upper corners?
 

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What did you think of the "air tightness" of the top. Particularly the areas behind the rear doors and the rear window upper corners?
I see no issues as the 2 latches makes everything very tight when closed and probably quieter than my Mustang convertible with it's triple layered german soft top. It's the same expensive soft top they use in german convertibles
 
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I see no issues as the 2 latches makes everything very tight when closed and probably quieter than my Mustang convertible with it's triple layered german soft top. It's the same expensive soft top they use in german convertibles
Seems odd that in the rear window pannel, the zippers on the sides of that panel and the zipper across the top don't meet. There's like 5 inches of space between the ends of the zippers. It may not create a wind tunnel because it's backward facing but it's not going to be great for road noise.
 

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