Soft top or hard top?

Ron93YJ

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Never had any issues running a soft top on my YJ. That being said I went dual top group with my 4xe so I’d have rear wiper and defroster.
 

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When I was younger, my YJ and TJ were soft top only. My JK and JL I ordered with the hardtop for the main reason that rear access for me is essential for coaching baseball. The rear glass on a hardtop is very convenient for me when opening and closing. I did purchase a Bestop soft top that goes on after our last spring game!
 
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Thank guys. I always second guess myself.
 

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You’ll end up regretting whichever one you don’t have.
That’s why I did, to me, the best of both worlds, Sky One Touch top. Allowed me to replace my convertible and SUV with one all purpose vehicle, and get more utility in the bargain.
 

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No wrong choice when it comes to tops. Hard top was better for me, but I can see how soft top would be good for others.
 

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Don't see many up here, some military personnel move up with them but never for sale new.

Does the super cold damage them at all? I know the older soft top plastic windows could be brittle but not sure about new ones.
 
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