Sky One Touch roof on Rubicon

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I recently bought a new 2020 Rubicon with the fancy one touch roof. Have to say that I LOVE it so far! That said, have a weird question. The back window isn't meant to come off (easily), so when the doors and windows are off, and the top back, is that back window intended to just stay down and in place? Are there any concerns of stability with everything else off and that window catching any wind drag? Thanks in advance!





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Yeah, just stays closed. No drag or stability issues even at highway speeds.
 
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Yeah, just stays closed. No drag or stability issues even at highway speeds.
Right on, thanks for the response. Just seemed a little weird and didn't want it flying off at more than neighborhood speeds. Thanks again!
 

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Welcome to the forum and congratulations!

You shouldn’t have any issues with the rear hatch; the tailgate locks the bottom of the glass in place.

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I recently bought a new 2020 Rubicon with the fancy one touch roof. Have to say that I LOVE it so far! That said, have a weird question. The back window isn't meant to come off (easily), so when the doors and windows are off, and the top back, is that back window intended to just stay down and in place? Are there any concerns of stability with everything else off and that window catching any wind drag? Thanks in advance!
I'm with you. I think it's very strange that the backglass isn't removable. That would make it feel more naked, but maybe that wasn't their overall goal. Congrats!
 

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I'm with you. I think it's very strange that the backglass isn't removable. That would make it feel more naked, but maybe that wasn't their overall goal. Congrats!
Agreed! Wish it came out!
 

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I drive with my rear window open. gives an open air feeling
 

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