Can't Decide, UGH! Help Please

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I agree, The power top would be your best bet, the functionality really makes it worth it overall. Im not sure about you, but I live in the Metro Detroit area with my power top, and with the unpredictable weather here, you can never really go more than 3 days without rain.





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I agree, The power top would be your best bet, the functionality really makes it worth it overall. Im not sure about you, but I live in the Metro Detroit area with my power top, and with the unpredictable weather here, you can never really go more than 3 days without rain.
I’m in Rochester Hills.
 

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I’m with @Wingman on this. Besides imho a Jeep looks way better with no top or doors when you want to run it that way. :)

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Roky, great pic. You should use that one for your profile pic. Jeep looks great and the cat on hind legs is classic!!
 

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Another thing you can factor in is your age. I just traded in for a new JL One Touch. I’m 54 and worked physical jobs for 38 years. Even though I have the Top Lift Pro (now obsolete) it’s tiring swapping tops in April and October. I also use this time while the truck is bare to rub in a coat of wax so after about 5 hours of washing , waxing and switching I’m shot.
 

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Decisions Decisions Decisions

The reasons against the One Touch:

- History of the Jeep Liberty's One Touch system
- No Roof Rack yet to accommodate the One Touch
- 4K pricetag

But, as sf5211 pointed out, age becomes a factor.
 

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Roky, great pic. You should use that one for your profile pic. Jeep looks great and the cat on hind legs is classic!!
Thanks, I have had it up before, I kinda switch around with different pictures, it’s about time to bring it back. That pic, I just brought it back from putting on 37s and she went right over to as if to say “ nah... this won’t work for me it’s to tall”, lol.
 

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I have the Sky 1 touch top for a few months now. Knowing myself and this area.....this top is the real deal. The trails in OZ are very dusty at times.....and I can open or close the top based on trail conditions. Nothing worse than riding in thick dirt for my wife.....and I dont like breathing dust all day either.

Nothing to pack around and instant security when you get to the parking lot....then open up again for a ride home from the mall.....etc etc - ad nauseam. Love the quick open / close......and when comparing the prices to two tops.....and if you want a painted roof.....you are there.
 

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