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Is the rear window plastic tabs not tucking in an issue? I've had my top since April and I've had the same issues since installing it. Just thought it was maybe a design flaw
He ended up getting his tucked in, it's just a stubborn part of a new install. It's not essential that they be tucked in but it neatens up the appearance in the back.

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He ended up getting his tucked in, it's just a stubborn part of a new install. It's not essential that they be tucked in but it neatens up the appearance in the back.

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Yes I got them tucked in. However, it looks like the area near the tailgate bar is still moving quite a bit at highway speed.
 

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I have a couple questions about the trek tops. Are they all weather?
I live in Colorado and don’t have much space for storing a hard top so if I go with the soft top, it would likely be on permanently.
I’m just curious about snow and the back window without a defroster and such.
Any info @Bestop can give on this?

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I have a couple questions about the trek tops. Are they all weather?
I live in Colorado and don’t have much space for storing a hard top so if I go with the soft top, it would likely be on permanently.
I’m just curious about snow and the back window without a defroster and such.
Any info @Bestop can give on this?

thank you!
My opinion, it works fine for the winter. I live in New York and decided this year I wanted be lazy and leave my trek top on cuz I like the fast back look more than the boxy hard top and I didn’t wanna do the work again to put it back on. Since we hadn’t had much snow I thought it would be a good idea. Then we got hammered and it’s been great. The cabin gets warm with the heat on, It doesn’t leak, and still looks great. Just can’t clean the windows too much because of potentially breaking the vinyl, but that’s any soft top. I didn’t even go with the higher priced trek top.
 

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If it's anything like the previous trektop nx, it'll work great in the winter. I had one in my 4 door jk and I live in Colorado springs.

Only soft top I ever had issues with was the twill jl top.
 
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I have a couple questions about the trek tops. Are they all weather?
I live in Colorado and don’t have much space for storing a hard top so if I go with the soft top, it would likely be on permanently.
I’m just curious about snow and the back window without a defroster and such.
Any info @Bestop can give on this?

thank you!
Hey Chris!
We're in Colorado too, have been a CO based company for over 50 years. These are absolutely all-weather tops, especially with the Twill material. The Twill is the same material you'll find on very high end cars and has a great heat and sound insulation property. Let me know if you have any other questions or feel free to shoot me a PM if you'd prefer.

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Do you have any plans for a 2 door convertible trektop? Is swap in a heartbeat but with half doors coming soon tm I really want to be able to put it down so the way.
 
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Do you have any plans for a 2 door convertible trektop? Is swap in a heartbeat but with half doors coming soon tm I really want to be able to put it down so the way.
No dates that I can share yet, Trevor, for a 2 door convertible Trektop. I'm glad we're on your mind though :like:

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I had the trektop on my jk and really liked it. If prefer a soft top to my hard top any day of the week. The factory let snow in though.

Is a 2 door version being planned? I'm reading into no dates meaning there is a plan lol. Am I over reaching?
 

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