Soft top back window removal question

Brian001

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Newbie question....can i leave the rear window bottom bracket in place on the tailgate when I remove the windows since it won’t fit in the window storage bag?
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Newbie question....can i leave the rear window bottom bracket in place on the tailgate when I remove the windows since it won’t fit in the window storage bag?
I do it all the time, no problem :like:
 

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I recently discovered you can slide the window in and out of the channels without removing the bar. Speeds up the top up/down process! Start with the bottom channel (the bar) then get the top in place. Never have to mess with pulling that bar out again.
 

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Yeah, you'll save a whole 10 seconds by leaving that bar in place, woohoo!! :)
 

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Yeah, you'll save a whole 10 seconds by leaving that bar in place, woohoo!! :)
Haha true. I use the Mopar window bag and I’ve found it to be much faster having one less thing to deal with. Windows now go directly in and out of the bag to jeep.
 
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