I don't Brandi. But I will say, that if your dad is legendary Wrangler modder Jeff Scherb, you just store your hard top....Does anyone have a secured option for storing their doors and hard top when you don't have a garage or any indoor storage?
Does anyone have a secured option for storing their doors and hard top when you don't have a garage or any indoor storage?
I was in a similar situation when I had my YJ. House, yard, no garage, on the outskirts of suburbia. It's not all that difficult to make a wood platform to set the hard top on for storage. The bottom of the hardtop where it bolts to the Jeep is flat. You can make a platform, mount 2x4s along the sides (simulating the sides of the Jeep) and use lag screws to bolt the hard top to the platform. That way the only part of the hard top touching the platform is what would touch the Jeep when it's installed. Not unstealable, but it requires tools and planning. Something casual thieves tend to lack.I have my own house, I just don't have garage access. I was looking into almost a platform type of storage idea so I can put it on and off. My biggest concern is we are on the outside of town but people tend to have sticky fingers because we are semi secluded. Nothing has been taken from our yards but people tend to break into cars during the nights.
Lol, at this point, I think your video should just be stickied to every post about soft top, hard tops, My Tops and one touch Sky Tops. Probably save you a lot of time. Granted, it wouldn't raise your post count though.I have no garage as well and my solution for the hardtop was to sell it for $1500 to help pay for a powered soft top
As for doors, they’re small enough to just carry inside one by one.