Soft Top Sunrider Position / Soft Top Windows

Do you driver on the way with your soft top window on when the sunrider position.


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Do you remove your soft top windows when driving on the highway when in the sunrider position.

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I just want to add to this thread..

I have watched my drivers side rear window during different top positions.
With top completely closed and AC on, the rear windows bow out.
With door windows open, the rear windows bow out.
With sunrider open, the rear windows bounce back and forth bowed in to bowed out. This is at speeds around 55 mph.

Thats clearly how people are getting them to blow out. Sucked in, then a hard pressurization to push them out and they come off.

I feel pretty comfortable driving up to 55 mph with them in. Or a non gusty day. Otherwise Ill just close the top if Im concerned.

I read most of the other thread and have no desire to get involved in something like that.
 

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This seems a pretty harmless thread despite the long one of days prior that came before it.

The OP only seeks to ask what you do, not what you should do by FCA's guidance or who is responsible for damages if you don't. : - )
 
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This seems a pretty harmless thread despite the long one of days prior that came before it.

The OP only seeks to ask what you do, not what you should do by FCA's guidance or who is responsible for damages if you don't. : - )
You are correct Ronald, I definitely don’t what to restart another end less debate.... I was just curious to know what others are doing, regardless of FCA or whatsoever.... Just casting our votes is all I was looking for !
 
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Your correct Ronald, I definitely don’t what to restart another end less debate.... I was just curious to know what others are doing, regardless of FCA or whatsoever.... Just casting our votes is all I was looking for !
You might want to edit your poll question though. I was racking my brain trying to understand what the hell you were really asking.
 

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You might want to edit your poll question though. I was racking my brain trying to understand what the hell you were really asking.
Oops, I really didn’t do well... I tried editing the question but it does not allow me to change/correct it :-(
 

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