Debating soft top only or dual top option. Does anyone run their soft top all winter long? Any issues doing that?
I did it with my YJ and the top lasted 10 years. It had a couple holes in the end, and I did replace the rear window at about 5 years. These new twill tops will last longer. First, they are much thicker and higher quality, and second, they don't flap even 10% as much as that YJ top did. I just spent two full days at 75mph on the way to Moab with the soft top. I could easily just live with it full time. If I'd have known just how good this soft top is, I would have done exactly that.Debating soft top only or dual top option. Does anyone run their soft top all winter long? Any issues doing that?
I cannot answer this as I have always run dual tops swapping twice a year. My main reason for doing this is so that I can run the Jeep through a car wash a few times during the winter to get the salt off.Any issues with weight on a soft top when parked outside during a heavier snowfall?